04 Jul 2022 17:23

AR6 - Mitigation of Climate Change (AR6-WG3)

Chapter 1: Introduction and Framing
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
GRUBBMichaelCLAMUKUKUniversity College London
OKEREKEChukwumerijeCLAMUKNigeriaUniversity of Reading
ARIMAJunLAMJapanJapanGraduate School of Public Policy, University of Tokyo
BOSETTIValentinaLAFItalyItalyBocconi University
CHENYingLAFChinaChinaInstitute for Urban and Environmental Studies (IUE), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)
EDMONDSJames A.LAMUSAUSAPacific Northwest National Laboratory
GUPTAShreekantLAMIndiaIndiaDelhi School of Economics, University of Delhi
KOBERLEAlexandreLAMBrazilBrazilImperial College London
KVERNDOKKSnorreLAMNorwayNorwayFrisch Centre
10 MALIKArunimaLAFAustraliaAustraliaThe University of Sydney
11 SULISTIAWATILinda YantiLAFIndonesiaIndonesiaUNIVERSITAS GADJAH MADA
12 ELGIZOULI IDRISIsmailREMSudanSudan
13 LOWEJasonREMUKUKMet Office Hadley Centre
Chapter 2: Emissions trends and drivers
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
14 DHAKALShobhakarCLAMThailandNepalDepartment of Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Asian Institute of Technology
15 MINXJan ChristophCLAMGermanyGermanyMercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change; and Priestley International Centre for Climate, University of Leeds
16 TOTHFerenc L.CLAMAustriaHungaryScientific and Technical Advisory Panel, GEF
17 ABDEL-AZIZAmrLAMEgyptEgyptIntegral Consult
18 FIGUEROA MEZAMaria JosefinaLAFDenmarkVenezuelaCopenhagen Business School
19 HUABACEKKlausLAMUSAAustriaUniversity of Maryland, College Park
20 JONCKHEEREInge G.c.LAFItalyBelgiumFAO of the UN
21 KIMYong-gunLAMRepublic of KoreaRepublic of KoreaKorea Environment Institute
22 NEMETGregoryLAMUSAUSAUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
23 PACHAURIShonaliLAFAustriaIndiaInternational Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
24 TANXianchunLAFChinaChinaInstitutes of Science and Development, Chinese Acedemy of Sciences
25 WIEDMANNThomasLAMAustraliaAustraliaUniversity of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney)
26 AMONBarbaraREFGermanyGermanyLeibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB)
27 MAMO DIGAGirmaREMEthiopiaEthiopiaMetaferia Consulting Engineers PLC (MCE), Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR)
Chapter 3: Mitigation pathways compatible with long-term goals
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
28 RIAHIKeywanCLAMAustriaAustriaInternational Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
29 SCHAEFFERRobertoCLAMBrazilBrazilUniversidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
30 ARANGOJacoboLAMColombiaColombiaInternational Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT); Tropical Forages Program
31 CALVINKatherineLAFUSAUSAPacific Northwest National Laboratory
32 GUIVARCHCélineLAFFranceFranceCIRED, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech
33 HASEGAWATomokoLAFJapanJapanRitsumeikan University, National Institute for Environmental Studies
34 JIANGKejunLAMChinaChinaEnergy Research Institute, National Development and Reform Commission
35 KRIEGLERElmarLAMGermanyGermanyPotsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
36 MATTHEWSRobertLAMUKUKForest Research
37 PETERSGlenLAMNorwayAustraliaCICERO Center for International Climate Research
38 RAOAnandLAMIndiaIndiaIndian Institute of Technology Bombay
39 ROBERTSONSimonLAMAustraliaAustraliaThe University of New South Wales
40 SEBBITAdam MohammedLAMUgandaUgandaMakerere University
41 STEINBERGERJuliaLAFUKSwitzerlandSustainability Research Institute
42 TAVONIMassimoLAMItalyItalyPolitechnic Institute of Milan
43 VAN VUURENDetlefLAMNetherlandsNetherlandsPBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency
44 CHATURVEDIVaibhavREMIndiaIndiaCouncil on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW)
45 CHENWenyingREFChinaChinaTsinghua University
46 TORRES MARTÍNEZJulioREMCubaCubaCenter for World Economic Research (CIEM, in Spanish)
Chapter 4: Mitigation and development pathways in the near-to mid-term
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
47 LECOCQFranckCLAMFranceFranceCIRED - Centre International de Recherche sur l'Environnement et le Développement
48 WINKLERHaraldCLAMSouth AfricaSouth AfricaEnergy Research Centre, University of Cape Town
49 DAKAJulius PartsonLAMZambiaZambiaC/O ZAMBIA ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY ZEMA
50 FUShaLAFChinaChinaAssistant professor, National center for climate change strategy and international cooperation
51 GERBERJamesLAMUSAUSAInstitute on the Environment, University of Minnesota
52 KARTHASivanLAMUSAUSAStockholm Environment Institute
53 KREYVolkerLAMAustriaGermanyInternational Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
54 LOFGRENHansLAMUSASwedenEconomic Consultant
55 MASUIToshihikoLAMJapanJapanNational Institute for Environmental Studies
56 MATHURRituLAFIndiaIndiaTHE ENERGY & RESOURCES INSTITUTE (TERI)
57 PORTUGAL PEREIRAJoanaLAFBrazilPortugalUniversidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
58 SOVACOOLBenjamin KennethLAMDenmarkDenmarkProfessor of Energy Policy
59 VILARIÑOMaria VirginiaLAFArgentinaArgentinaArgentinean Business Council for Sustainable Development
60 ZHOUNanLAFUSAUSALawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
61 GALEOTTIMarzio DomenicoREMItalyItalyUniversity of Milan, Department of Environmental Science and Policy
62 PEDACEAlbertoREMArgentinaArgentinaClimate Action Network - Latin America (CAN-LA)
Chapter 5: Demand, services and social aspects of mitigation
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
63 CREUTZIGFelixCLAMGermanyGermanyMercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change
64 ROYJoyashreeCLAFThailandIndiaAsian Institute of Technology
65 DEVINE-WRIGHTPatrickLAMUKIrelandUniversity of Exeter
66 DIAZ-JOSÉJulioLAMMexicoMexicoNational Technological Institute of Mexico - Zongolica Campus
67 GEELSFrankLAMUKNetherlandsThe University of Manchester; Manchester Institute of Innovation Research
68 GRÜBLERArnulfLAMAustriaAustriaInternational Institute for Applied Systems Analysis {IIASA]
69 MAIZINadiaLAFFranceFranceMINES ParisTech, Paris Science et Lettres Research University (PSL)
70 MASANETEricLAMUSAUSANorthwestern University
71 MULUGETTAYacobLAMUKEthiopiaUniversity College London
72 ONYIGE-EBENIROChioma DaisyLAFNigeriaNigeriaDepartment of Sociology, University of Port Harcourt
73 PERKINSPatriciaLAFCanadaCanadaFaculty of Environmental Studies, York University
74 SANCHES PREIRAAlessandroLAMBrazilBrazilUSP University of São Paulo / IEE Institute of Energy and Environment
75 WEBERElke UrsulaLAFUSAUSAPrinceton University, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
76 EYRENicholasREMUKUKUniversity of Oxford
77 WANGCanREMChinaChinaTsinghua University
Chapter 6: Energy systems
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
78 CLARKELeonCLAMUSAUSAPacific Northwest National Laboratory
79 WEIYi-mingCLAMChinaChinaCenter for Energy and Environmental Policy Research, Beijing Institute of Technology
80 DE LA VEGA NAVARROAngelLAMMexicoMexicoUNAM - NATIONAL AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF MEXICO
81 GARGAmitLAMIndiaIndiaINDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AHMEDABAD
82 HAHMANNAndrea N.LAFDenmarkChileDepartment of Wind Energy, Technical University of Denmark
83 KHENNASSmailLAMUKAlgeriaEnergy and climate change: independent consultant
84 LIMA DE AZEVEDOInês MargaridaLAFUSAPortugalStanford University
85 LÖSCHELAndreasLAMGermanyGermanyUniversity of Münster
86 SINGHAjay KumarLAMIndiaIndiaRetired Scientist from CSIR-CIMFR, a national laboratory under CSIR, New Delhi
87 STEGLindaLAFNetherlandsNetherlandsUniversity of Groniningen, Department of Psychology
88 STRBACGoranLAMUKSerbiaImperial College London
89 WADAKenichiLAMJapanJapanResearch Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE)
90 ESSANDOH-YEDDUJoseph KowREMGhanaGhanaEnergy Commission
91 LEEArthurREMUSAUSAChevron Corporation
Chapter 7: Agriculture, Forestry, and Other Land Uses (AFOLU)
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
92 MRABETRachidCLAMMoroccoMoroccoInstitut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA)
93 NABUURSGert-janCLAMNetherlandsNetherlandsWageningen University and Research
94 ABU HATABAssemLAMSwedenEgyptDepartment of Economics, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
95 BUSTAMANTEMercedesLAFBrazilBrazilUniversity of Brasília
96 CLARKHarryLAMNew ZealandNew ZealandNew Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre
97 HAVLIKPetrLAMAustriaCzech RepublicInternational Institute for Applied Systems Analyisis (IIASA)
98 HOUSEJoannaLAFUKUKUniversity of Bristol
99 MBOWCheikhLAMUSASenegalSTART International
100 NINANKaracheponeLAMIndiaIndiaCentre for Economics, Environment and Society
101 POPPAlexanderLAMGermanyGermanyPotsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
102 ROEStephanieLAFUSAUSAWWF
103 SOHNGENBrentLAMUSAUSAOhio State University
104 TOWPRAYOONSirintornthepLAFThailandThailandKing Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi
105 ANGERSDenisREMCanadaCanadaAgriculture and Agri-Food Canada
106 RAVINDRANATHNijavalli HanumantharaoREMIndiaIndiaIndian Institure of Science
Chapter 8: Urban systems and other settlements
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
107 LWASAShuaibCLAMUgandaUgandaMakerere University
108 SETOKarenCLAFUSAUSAYale University
109 BAIXuemeiLAFAustraliaAustraliaAustralian National University
110 BLANCOHildaLAFUSAUSAUniversity of Southern California
111 GURNEYKevinLAMUSAUSAArizona State University
112 KILKIŞŞiirLAFTürkiyeTürkiyeThe Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK)
113 LUCONOswaldoLAMBrazilBrazilSÃO PAULO STATE ENVIRONMENT SECRETARIAT
114 MURAKAMIJinLAMSingaporeJapanSingapore University of Technology and Design
115 PANJiahuaLAMChinaChinaInstitute for Urban & Environmental Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
116 SHARIFIAyyoobLAMJapanIranHiroshima University
117 YAMAGATAYoshikiLAMJapanJapanGraduate School of System Design and Management, Keio University
118 DUBEUXCarolina Burle SchmidtREFBrazilBrazilFederal University of Rio de Janeiro (COPPE/UFRJ)
119 ÜRGE-VORSATZDianaREFHungaryHungaryCenter for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy (3CSEP), Central European University
Chapter 9: Buildings
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
120 BAIQuanCLAMChinaChinaEnergy Research Institute of National Development and Reform Commission, China
121 CABEZALuisa F.CLAFSpainSpainUNIVERSITY OF LLEIDA
122 BERTOLDIPaoloLAMItalyItalyEUROPEAN COMMISSION
123 KIHILAJacobLAMTanzaniaTanzaniaArdhi University
124 LUCENAAndréLAMBrazilBrazilUniversidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
125 MATAÉrikaLAFSwedenSpainIVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute
126 MIRASGEDISSebastianLAMGreeceGreeceNational Observatory of Athens
127 NOVIKOVA (NOVIKOVA-RODI)AleksandraLAFGermanyRussiaInstitute for Climate Protection, Energy, and Mobility (IKEM)
128 SAHEBYaminaLAFFranceAlgeriaOpenExp, Ecole des Mines de Paris
129 KEENANJesseREMUSAUSATulane University
130 SERRANO DINÁMaria IsabelREFDominican RepublicDominican RepublicPontificia Universidad Catolica, Madre y Maestra
Chapter 10: Transport
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
131 KAHN RIBEIROSuzanaCLAFBrazilBrazilFederal University of Rio de Janeiro
132 NEWMANPeterCLAMAustraliaAustraliaCurtin University
133 DHARSubashLAMDenmarkIndiaUNEP DTU Partnership
134 DIEMOUDEKEOgheneruonaLAMNigeriaNigeriaUniversity of Port Harcourt
135 JARAMILLOPaulinaLAFUSAUSACarnegie Mellon University
136 KAJINOTsutomuLAMJapanJapanTOYOTA CENTRAL R&D LABS INC
137 LEEDavid SimonLAMUKUKManchester Metropolitan University
138 NUGROHOSudarmantobudiLAMJapanIndonesiaInstitute for Global Environmental Strategies-Japan
139 OUXunminLAMChinaChinaTsinghua University
140 STRØMMANAnders HammerLAMNorwayNorwayIndustrial Ecology Programme - Norwegian University of Science and Technology
141 WHITEHEADJakeLAMAustraliaAustraliaThe University of Queensland
142 CHEAHLynetteREFSingaporeSingaporeSingapore University of Technology and Design
143 SIMSRalphREMNew ZealandNew ZealandCentre for Energy Research, School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Massey University
Chapter 11: Industry
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
144 BASHMAKOVIgorCLAMRussiaRussiaCenter for Energy Efficiency - XXI (CENEf-XXI)
145 NILSSONLars J.CLAMSwedenSwedenLund University, Faculty of Engineering
146 ACQUAYEAdolfLAMUAEGhanaRochester Institute of Technology
147 BATAILLEChristopherLAMCanadaCanadaSimon Fraser University / Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI.org),Paris
148 CULLENJonathan MichaelLAMUKNew ZealandUniversity of Cambridge
149 DE LA RUE DU CANStéphaneLAFUSAUSALawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
150 FISCHEDICKManfredLAMGermanyGermanyWuppertal Instiute for Climate, Environment, Energy
151 GENGYongLAMChinaChinaSchool of Environmental Science and Engineering, Shanghai JiaoTong University
152 TANAKAKanakoLAFJapanJapanNational Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
153 CAMPBELLNickREMFranceUKInternational Chamber of Commerce
154 PICHS MADRUGARamónREMCubaCubaCentro de Investigaciones de Economía Mundial (CIEM)
Chapter 12: Cross sectoral perspectives
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
155 BABIKERMustafaCLAMSaudi ArabiaSudanSaudi Aramco
156 BERNDESGöranCLAMSwedenSwedenChalmers University of Technology
157 BLOKKornelisLAMNetherlandsNetherlandsDelft University of Technology
158 COHENBrettLAMSouth AfricaSouth AfricaThe Green House and University of Cape Town
159 COWIEAnnetteLAFAustraliaAustraliaNSW Department of Primary Industries; Science-Policy Interface UNCCD; Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel Global Environment Facility
160 GEDENOliverLAMGermanyGermanyGerman Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)
161 GINZBURGVeronikaLAFRussiaRussiaInstitute of Global Climate and Ecology Roshydromet and RAS
162 LEIPAdrianLAMItalyGermanyEuropean Commission - Joint Research Centre
163 SMITHPeterLAMUKUKUniversity of Aberdeen
164 SUGIYAMAMasahiroLAMJapanJapanThe University of Tokyo, Institute for Future Initiatives
165 YAMBAFrancisLAMZambiaZambiaCENTRE FOR ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND ENGINEERING OF ZAMBIA
166 JANNUZZIGilbertoREMBrazilBrazilUNIVERSITY OF CAMPINAS
167 REISINGERAndyREMNew ZealandNew Zealand
Chapter 13: National and sub-national policies and institutions
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
168 DUBASHNavroz K.CLAMIndiaIndiaCentre for Policy Research
169 MITCHELLCatherine Hilary ClaireCLAFUKUKUniversity of Exeter
170 BOASSONElin LerumLAFNorwayNorwayCICERO and Department of Political Science, Univeristy of Oslo (20% position at CICERO)
171 BORBOR-CORDOVAMercy J.LAFEcuadorEcuadorESCUELA SUPERIOR POLITECNICA DEL LITORAL
172 FIFITASolomoneLAMTongaTongaPacific Community
173 HAITESErikLAMCanadaCanadaMargaree Consultants Inc.
174 JACCARDMarcLAMCanadaCanadaSimon Fraser University
175 JOTZOFrankLAMAustraliaAustraliaAustralian National University
176 NAIDOOSashaLAFSouth AfricaSouth AfricaCouncil for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)
177 ROMERO LANKAOPatriciaLAFUSAMexicoNational Renewable Energy Laboratory/ University of Chicago
178 SHENWeiLAMUKChinaInstitute of Development Studies, UK
179 SHLAPAKMykolaLAMUkraineUkraineKT-Energy LLC
180 WULiboLAFChinaChinaSchool of Economics, Fudan University
181 GODOYAlexREMChileChileSustainability Research Centre & Strategic Resource Management, School of Engineering, Universidad del Desarrollo
182 LABANDEIRAXavierREMSpainSpainUNIVERSITY OF VIGO
Chapter 14: International cooperation
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
183 PATTAnthonyCLAMSwitzerlandUSAETH Zürich
184 RAJAMANILavanyaCLAFIndiaIndiaCentre for Policy Research
185 BHANDARIPreetyLAFPhilippinesIndiaAsian Development Bank
186 CAPARRÓSAlejandroLAMSpainSpainSpanish National Research Council - Institute for Public Goods and Policies
187 DJEMOUAIKamalLAMAlgeriaAlgeriaClimate expert
188 IVANOVA BONCHEVAAntoninaLAFMexicoMexicoUniversidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur
189 KUBOTAIzumiLAFJapanJapanNational Institute for Environmental Studies
190 PEELJacquelineLAFAustraliaAustraliaMelbourne Law School, University of Melbourne
191 SARIAgus PratamaLAMIndonesiaIndonesiaLandscape Indonesia (formally: PT Bentang Alam Indonesia)
192 SPRINZDetlef F.LAMGermanyGermanyPIK - Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
193 WETTESTADJørgenLAMNorwayNorwayTHE FRIDTJOF NANSEN INSTITUTE
194 BADIOLAEstherREFLuxembourgSpainEuropean Investment Bank
195 CARRUTHERSPashaREFCook IslandsCook IslandsCook Islands Red Cross Society
Chapter 15: Investment and finance
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
196 JUNGTae YongCLAMRepublic of KoreaRepublic of KoreaGraduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University
197 KREIBIEHLSilvieCLAFGermanyGermanyFrankfurt School - UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate and Sustainable Energy Finance
198 BATTISTONStefanoLAMSwitzerlandItalyUniversity of Zurich
199 CARVAJAL SARZOSAPablo EstebanLAMGermanyEcuadorInternational Renewable Energy Agency
200 CLAPPChristaLAFNorwayUSACICERO Center for International Climate Research
201 DASGUPTADipakLAMIndiaIndiaTHE ENERGY AND RESOURCES INSTITUTE (TERI)
202 DUBENokuthulaLAFUKZimbabweAfrican Energy and Finance Boutique
203 JACHNIKRaphaëlLAMFranceFranceOECD
204 MORITAKanakoLAFJapanJapanForestry and Forest Products Research Institute
205 SAMARGANDINahlaLAFSaudi ArabiaSaudi ArabiaKing Abdulaziz University
206 SOKONAMohamed YoubaLAMCote d'IvoireMaliAfrican Development Bank
207 WILLIAMSMariamaLAFSwitzerlandJamaicaSouth Centre
208 ABDULLAAmjadREMUAEMaldivesInternational Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
209 HOURCADEJean-charlesREMFranceFranceCNRS/CIRED
210 LOPEZ BLANCOMaría JoséREFSpainSpainGauss International Consulting
Chapter 16: Innovation, technology development and transfer
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
211 BLANCOGabrielCLAMArgentinaArgentinaUniversidad Nacional del Centro (UNICEN)
212 DE CONINCKHeleenCLAFNetherlandsNetherlandsEindhoven University of Technology, Technology, Innovation and Society Group, Atlas Building
213 AGBEMABIESELawrenceLAMUSAGhanaUniversity of Delaware
214 DIAGNEEl Hdaji Mbaye MadienLAMSenegalSenegalNational Climate Change Committee / Afrique Energy Environnement
215 DIAZ ANADONLauraLAFUKSpainDepartment of Land Economy, University of Cambridge; Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance (C-EENRG)
216 LIMYun SengLAMMalaysiaMalaysiaUniversiti Tunku Abdul Rahman
217 PENGUEWalter AlbertoLAMArgentinaArgentinaGEPAMA UNIVERSIDAD DE BUENOS AIRES / ECOLOGIA ICO UNIVERSIDAD DE GENERAL SARMIENTO
218 SAGARAmbujLAMIndiaUSAIndian Institute of Technology Delhi, Humanities and Social Sciences
219 SUGIYAMATaishiLAMJapanJapanThe Canon Institute of Global Studies
220 TANAKAKenjiLAMJapanJapanDepartment of Technology Management for Innovation, Graduate School of Engineering, University of Tokyo
221 VERDOLINIElenaLAFItalyItalyFEEM - Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei; CMCC Foundation - Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change
222 WITAJEWSKI-BALTVILKSJanLAMPolandPolandUniversity of Warsaw, Faculty of Economic Sciences
223 MAHMOUDNagmeldinREMSudanSudan
224 MIZUNOEmiREFAustriaJapanSustainable Energy for All
Chapter 17: Accelerating the transition in the context of sustainable development
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
225 DENTONFatimaCLAFEthiopiaGambiaUnited Nations University
226 HALSNAESKirstenCLAFDenmarkDenmarkThe Danish Technical University, DTU
227 AKIMOTOKeigoLAMJapanJapanResearch Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE)
228 BURCHSarahLAFCanadaCanadaUniversity of Waterloo
229 DIAZ MOREJONCristobal FelixLAMCubaCubaENVIRONMENTAL DIRECTORATE, MINISTRY OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
230 FARIASFernandoLAMChileChileMinistry of Environment of Chile
231 JUPESTAJoniLAMIndonesiaIndonesiaSinar Mas Agribusiness and Food
232 SCHWEIZER-RIESPetraLAFGermanyGermanyUniversity of Applied Sciences Bochum
233 SHAREEFAliLAMMaldivesMaldivesMinistry of Environment and Energy
234 TENGFeiLAMChinaChinaTsinghua University
235 ZUSMANEricLAMJapanUSAInstitute for Global Environmental Strategies
236 DADIDiriba KorechaREMEthiopiaEthiopiaNational Meteorological Agency
237 HELDHermannREMGermanyGermanyUniversity of Hamburg
Chapter :
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
238 JÄGER-WALDAUArnulfREMItalyGermanyEuropean Commission, Joint Research Centre
239 STERNDavidREMAustraliaAustraliaAustralian National University, Arndt-Corden Division of Economics, Crawford School