Daniel Puig

Daniel Puig works at the Technical University of Denmark as a specialist in national planning in the area of climate change. Formerly, he worked in the climate change specialized team of UN Environment, as well as in the environmental economics department of COWI A/S, a consulting firm based in Denmark with offices worldwide.

Elena Pita

Elena Pita is an Adaptation Programme Officer in the Climate Change Unit of the Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean of the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment). She has worked as a consultant in Environment, Climate Change and Water for theDirectorate-General for International Cooperation and Development of the European Commission (DG DEVCO)

Lili Ilieva

Lili Ilieva

Lili Ilieva is an international consultant, holds a PhD in Science and Management of Climate Change from the University of Venice, Ca ‘Foscari in Italy. She has experience in managing research projects at Practical Action Latin America and the Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change (CMCC), Italy. Her specialization is in natural resource management, resilient livelihoods,

María Zorrilla Ramos

María holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, a Master’s Degree in Regional Studies and a Doctorate in Political and Social Sciences. Since 1995 she has worked in the area of Environmental Policy in various positions in the public administration and since 2003 is a researcher and consultant on issues that link territory, environment and

Waldo Lavado Casimiro

Doctor in Hydrology and Climate Change from the Toulouse 3 University of France. MS in Water Resources from UNALM Peru. Visiting lecturer in postgraduate studies at UNALM and UNSAAC. Currently Sub-Dr of Hydrological Studies and Research of SENAMHI. Author and co-author of different scientific publications and book chapters.

Gilma Luz Roman Lozano

Licensed in Psychology and Pedagogy, Uitoto native, with experience in working with indigenous peoples at local, national and international levels. She has experience in following up on judgement T-025 of 2004 and in fulfilling the mandate of the indigenous peoples in terms of own policy for indigenous peoples in the areas of their rights: their

Daniel Stothart

Expert in disaster risk management and emergency response, with experience in Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa, both with NGOs and the United Nations. He has worked in organizations with diverse specialties and mandates, including organizations focused on water and sanitation, livelihoods, children’s issues and conflicts. He now works at UN Environment in the office

Juan Camilo Ulloa Restrepo

Marine Biologist, Master in Environmental Management, Climate Change Coordinator for the Regional Autonomous Corporation of Sucre (CARSUCRE), land-use professional for the Caribbean Territorial Directorate of Natural National Parks of Colombia and independent consultant. With training and experience in climate change, risk management and land-use planning, within the interdisciplinary and holistic analysis of problems and their

Clara Ariza Niño

Clara Ariza is a consultant specializing in climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction and sustainable development. She has more than 15 years of experience in managing and coordinating projects on these issues in multiple countries and contexts. Among other roles, she has acted as an advisor in several multilateral development, environmental policy and climate change

Bettina Durocher

Bettina Durocher is an agricultural and forest engineer, with a postgraduate degree in gender and doctoral studies in education and pedagogical mediation. She has carried out several investigations and development actions in Africa and Latin America on agroecology, food security, forest conservation, indigenous territorial governance, mediation of socio-environmental conflicts and climate resilience. She has published