Dr. Omar Masera has a bachelor in Physics from the National University of Mexico and a Master and PhD in Energy and Resources from UC, Berkeley. Currently he is full-time professor at the Instituto de Investigaciones en Ecosistemas y Sustentabilidad, UNAM where he is also Director of the Bioenergy Laboratory and the Ecotechnology Innovation Research Unit. He leads the Cluster of Solid Biofuels. Dr. Masera received the National Research Award for young scientists of the Mexican Academy of Sciences in 2000, the Nobel Peace Price in 2007 as a member of IPCC, the Ashden Awards to Sustainable Energy in 2006, and the National University Prize in 2015.
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The Role of National Alliances in Building Markets for Clean Cookstoves and Fuels
11:30 - 13:00