Sandra Guzman Luna is a Manager at CPI’s London office. Her work at CPI focuses on the development of tools to mainstream climate change in the financial sector, improving climate finance reporting systems and accelerating the investments on adaptation measures. Her areas of expertise are climate finance tacking, elaboration of national strategies on climate finance and mainstreaming climate change in public finance systems.
Prior to CPI, she gained a rich experience of over sixteen years in Climate Policy and Finance and has been working as a consultant of the Standing Committee on Climate Finance at the UNFCCC, with twelve years of experience in climate negotiations. She is the founder of the Climate Finance Group for Latin America and the Caribbean and the former General Director of Climate Change Policies at the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources of Mexico. She is also the author of the Sustainable Finance Index and has created other methodologies related to climate finance tracking.
Sandra holds a PhD in Politics from the University of York, a Master’s degree in Environment Policy and Regulation from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences, a Diploma on Sustainable Finance from the University of Oxford, and a Degree in International Relations from the National University of Mexico. She was awarded as the Intellectual of the Year 2018 by the Marie Claire Magazine and was also, selected as one of the 34 Global Change-Makers by the Chevening Scholarship of the UK Government.