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Ministry of the Environment
Maisa Rojas Corradi
Maisa Rojas Corradi holds a doctorate degree in atmospheric sciences from the University of Oxford, United Kingdom.
She has worked as associate professor in the Department of Geophysics at the Universidad de Chile and as director of the Center of Climate and Resilience Research (CR)2. Her research areas are paleoclimate and regional climate change, and she has also worked on impact assessment in different sectors such as agriculture and water resources, using numerical climate models as analysis tools.
Maisa Rojas was coordinator of the COP25 Scientific Committee for the Science, Technology, Knowledge and Innovation Ministry, member of the COP25 Presidential Advisory Council, and part of the Chilean delegation to COP26. She also coordinated the Scientific Advisory Council on Climate Change and was the lead author of the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). She also participated as coordinating author of the IPCC AR6 report.
Maximiliano Proaño Ugalde
Maximiliano Proaño Ugalde holds a law degree from the Universidad de Chile and a master’s in Latin American studies from the University of Amsterdam. He has also studied public management for territorial development and socio-ecological transition.
Maximiliano also has experience as an advisor, consultant, and researcher in environmental and energy policy.
He has worked in the public and private sectors and has been part of various civil society organizations.