Founder of Tricolor Coalition (Mexico City’s Doughnut Economic Action Lab), and Scaling Coordinator of the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)
Eva Valencia is a specialist in sustainability transitions. She has an undergraduate degree in Law from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), and a master’s degree in Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management from an Erasmus Mundus University Consortium.
She is the founder of Tricolor Coalition (Mexico City’s Doughnut Economic Action Lab) and works as Scaling Coordinator of the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), part of the Consortium of International Agriculture Centers (CGIAR).
In the former, she is working on developing aligned projects to inform, and collaborate in water and energy projects in Mexico City; in the latter, she works on joint CGIAR Initiatives aimed at improving the agri-food systems for mitigation, and digitalization challenges in different countries around the world. Eva also has experience in the public sector in the water, energy and climate change fields.
Open to contact in relation to:
Peer learning / Mentoring / Consultancy on sustainability transitions in Mexico and LATAM / Research collaboration / Sharing experience and expertise
Climate Change and water–food–energy nexus sustainability transformations