Mauricio Zaballa Romero is a researcher in Climate Change at UNEP Risø Centre. He holds a PhD in Biology and initially worked at the University Major of San Andrés, La Paz, Bolivia on environmental research projects of air pollution and urban climatology to improve the air quality management and urban planning in cities of Bolivia. Since 2004, he has been working on climate change issues for the National Programme of Climate Change in Bolivia as part of the Clean Development Office and as Coordinator of the Second National Communication. He has worked in the institutional set up and national approval procedures of the CDM in Bolivia. Moreover, he worked in the elaboration of the Bolivian Strategy for CDM and carbon markets, participated in the stakeholder consultation process of the Bolivian strategy for Adaptation and managed the education and public awareness climate change strategy of Bolivia. In 2009, Mauricio joined UNEP Risø Centre in Denmark. Since then he has been working on Mitigation, principally with CDM, Low Carbon Development and NAMAs, with TNAs and with REDD+. His participation in different UNEP projects has given him a strong regional understanding of the current climate policies in the Latin American and the Caribbean region, especially regarding mitigation and technology transfer. Moreover, he advised different countries to improve their national policies and thereby gained relevant experience in the formulation of national climate change policies as he previously did for the Bolivian government.

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