Amanda is a research and public policy analyst specialising in climate change, sustainability and innovation. She has international experience, having worked in several countries and on a number of projects regarding the design of measurement, reporting and verification systems for climate change mitigation actions.
Amanda has worked on projects with organisations including the British Embassy in Mexico, NAMA Facility, World Bank, and several Mexican governmental institutions on topics ranging from the identification of efficient energy technologies through to tracking the impact of municipal green bonds.
Amanda has a B.S. in Environmental Sciences and a Diploma in Environmental Public Policy from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She also participated in the International Seminar on Climate Change and Natural Resources Management hosted by the US Forest Service and UC Davis.
Areas of focus
- Green finance
- Corporate sustainability