Forests Director, WRI Mexico
Javier is the Forest Director at WRI Mexico. He is responsible for bringing the global experience to the national arena, supporting actions and policies for the sustainable use and conservation of the country's natural resources.
He has a trajectory of more than 20 years working in environmental issues, mostly as a public servant in Mexico's Federal Government. He has been General Director for Planning and Evaluation at the Ministry of Environment, Deputy General Director at Financiera Rural and General Director for Prospective Analysis at the Ministry of Social Development.
He holds a BA in International Relations from the Universidad Iberoamericana, MPhil in Environment and Development from University of Cambridge and Doctorate Studies from University of Sussex.
The Restoration Policy AcceleratorVisit Project
Inspiring, innovating and streamlining public policies for landscape restoration.Part of Forest and Landscape Restoration
Global Restoration InitiativeVisit Project
WRI is partnering with governments, businesses, and communities around the world to restore millions of hectares of deforested and degraded land.Part of Forests
Initiative 20x20Launch PlatformLaunch Platform Visit Project
A country-led effort to change the dynamics of land degradation in Latin America and the Caribbean.Part of Forest and Landscape Restoration
Climate Solutions PartnershipVisit Project
A five-year philanthropic collaboration to scale climate solutions by combining HSBC’s financial expertise with the knowledge and experience of WRI, WWF and a network of local partnersPart of Business