Sandra Ricart received her MSc and MPhil degrees from University of Girona, Catalonia (Spain), in Environmental Sciences and Geography respectively, and was awarded PhD in Experimental Sciences and Sustainability, in 2014. As an awardee of different national research institutions, Ms. Ricart carried out his predoctoral research at Laboratory SET (University of Pau and Pays de l’Adour, France) and the Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (University of Milan, Italy). Her postdoctoral research in multifunctional irrigation systems modelling and climate change adaptation has been conducted at University of Alicante (Spain). She published a few books chapters about ecosystem services and irrigation multifunctionality and more than 20 manuscripts in JCR and SJR indexed journals. She is an assistant professor in Masters in Planning and Management of Natural Risks at University of Alicante (2018).