Dr. Adrián Fernández Bremauntz
Dr. Bremauntz holds a PhD in Environmental Sciences from Imperial College of Science. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Ecology from the Autonomous Metropolitan University and a Master of Science in Environmental Technology from the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Harvard School of Public Health and was the recipient of the prestigious Robert McNamara fellowship from the World Bank. For his pioneering research on the exposure of travelers to air pollutants in Mexico City, he received the Joan Daisey Young Scientist Award from the International Society of Exposure Science. He has extensive experience in the public sector, including various positions in the National Institute of Ecology (INECC, in Spanish) where he was also President. Since 2013, he is the Executive Director of the Mexican Initiative for the Climate - ICM (formerly LARCI).