Felipe Borja Diaz is a Project Analyst for the Climate Solutions Partnership (CSP). Since 2021, he has contributed to WRI’s research and advocacy around climate pledges and international climate governance. He currently works around CSP's PMEL, knowledge partnership coordination, and drives learning into business engagement activities.

Prior to joining WRI, Felipe worked as a climate policy consultant and technical advisor on climate and energy policy coherence. Back in Mexico City, where he's from, he held staff positions at GIZ and worked under contract for various development agencies and research institutions. In the past, his work centered around subnational climate action, carbon budgets, stakeholder engagement and capacity building, and the socioeconomic co-benefits of renewable energies.

Felipe holds a B.Eng. in Sustainable Development from Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM) in Mexico City, and master's degrees in Urban Planning and Public Policy and Administration from the University of Washington, Seattle.

He lives in Seattle with his wife Paola, and loves running, art museums, and spending time outdoors.