Urban Development Project Analyst, WRI México Ross Center for Sustainable Cities
Oscar is an Urban Development Project Analyst, and is in charge of research, compilation and analysis of information on urban planning and development, public space, adaptation and mitigation from cities, urban regeneration, among other relevant topics for the development of the IKI-TUC project, and WRI Mexico's urban laboratories.
His work experience includes more than five years as an urban development and geographic information systems analyst in urban projects at different scales in countries such as Mexico, Paraguay, Palestine and Mongolia, working hand in hand with national and international organizations.
He holds a degree in Urban Planning from the Faculty of Architecture of the UNAM, has collaborated in research programs of CentroGeo of CONACyT and the Economic Reasearch Institute of UNAM, in addition to participating as a speaker in different forums related to urban issues.
Urban DevelopmentVisit Project
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