Héctor Miguel is Research Analyst for the Climate Program. Héctor supports work led by the senior associates and conducts independent research and quantitative analysis in support of WRI's National Climate Action projects focused on raising national ambition toward climate mitigation targets, specifically on NDCs and long-term strategies.

Prior to this role, Héctor was Technical Analyst at WRI Colombia. He coordinated all WRI Colombia’s engagements, including Cities4Forests. He was responsible for collecting information, monitoring, and coordinating activities with WRI teams and external actors to consolidate WRI in Colombia. He had a focus on cities and climate-related projects in the country.

Héctor joined WRI as an intern in 2019 in the WRI México office, supporting the Coalition for Urban Transitions project by analyzing urban development policies in Mexican cities. He was also a research assistant at the Universidad del Rosario, supporting the research on land management and the real estate market in Bogotá, Colombia.

Héctor Miguel is currently doing his master’s degree in Regional and Urban Planning at the London School of Economics and Political Science in the United Kingdom. He holds a bachelor’s in urban management and development from the Universidad del Rosario in Bogotá, Colombia.