About Me (Education, Interests, Professional experience)
I am a chemical engineering student specializing in climate change and GHG management.
Currently working in CO2, a youth group who wants to help Costa Rica to become a low carbon economy.
I led the team who made an analysis of Costa Rica´s Carbon Neutral Standard, I also was member of the consultant team who worked in the process of the certification of the first carbon neutral coffee in the world.
I also participated as an Official Youth Delegate in COP 16, as part of Costa Rica´s UNFCCC Delegation.
In 2010 I was awarded as a Climate Champion by the British Council.
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