MPhil in Environmental Policy, University of Cambridge
Email address: imf26 (at) cam.ac.uk
Isabel holds an MPhil in Environmental Policy in the University of Cambridge. Her research interest focuses on climate change, the impact of REDD+ projects on the forest governance of developing countries and payment for ecosystem services.
Prior to her master studies, Isabel has worked as a legal advisor at the Peruvian Ministry of Environment on payment for ecosystem services and REDD+. She has also worked at the Peruvian Society for Environmental Law (a peruvian leading NGO), has consulted to various national and sub-national stakeholders and interned with the UNEP-Word Conservation Monitoring Centre (researching on Environmental Impact Assessment and Strategic Environmental Assessment legislation in Europe and Latin-America).
Isabel holds a law degree from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú and a second Specialty on Environmental Law and Natural Resources from the same university. Isabel is also a member of the Young Professionals Group of IUCN Commission of Environmental Law, and assistant editor for the Platform on International Energy Governance, a network of excellence that conducts research in unexplored areas of international energy governance.
Selected publications (in Spanish)
Presupuesto público para el cambio climático en Peru. “Análisis de los Presupuestos para el cambio climático en los sectores de energías renovables, eficiencia energética y Bosques”. (2014). Lima: GFLAC, SPDA. (with L. Palao)