Luis Robles Olmos
MsC. in Agronomic Engineering (Universidad Politécnica, Madrid), has been awarded with a Diploma in Advanced Studies by Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid (URJC). His professional career has been developed in agronomy, forestry, environment, water management and use, with an special focus on climate change projects since 1999. During the last twenty years he has developed different tasks in climate change mitigation and adaptation projects, in different engineering, consultancy and certification companies. Between 2007 and 2017 he has managed the Climate Change Unit of AENOR, a CDM DOE and JI AIE, working in UNFCCC, ISO, VCS, GS, WCD, IHA and other certification (validation and verification) schemes. Actually, Luis works as an international consultant providing support and expertise to multilateral and governmental agencies in Paris Agreement implementation, MRV systems, NAMAs, implementation of mitigation projects and in the creation of national carbon policies and new initiatives to scale carbon programs, and as key consultant for multinational utilities providing support in the international climate change agenda and negotiations, and developing for those corporations significant initiatives to create climate neutrality strategic paths. As member of verico SCE, he is an active verifier of EUETS annual reports, Spanish CLIMA projects, ISO 14064 -1 corporate inventories and ISO 14064-2 emission reduction projects. As PhD candidate and researcher of the Industrial Technologies Doctorate Program in the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, his doctoral thesis is focused in the contribution of new Paris Agreement mechanisms in emissions reductions, co-benefits, local economy and sustainability.