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Tomás de Oliveira Bredariol is an Environmental Engineer with a Master in Public Policies. He led the analysis on methane emissions in the International Energy Agency's World Energy Outlook 2022 and the Global Methane Tracker 2023. Prior to his arrival at the IEA, he worked as a Policy Officer in the Brazilian Institute of the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources, Environmental Permitting Directory, where he was responsible for environmental impact assessments, emergency response and follow-up activities related to the permitting of offshore oil and gas undertakings.
Alfredo Miranda-González joined CATF in 2020 and is Deputy Director for International Affairs in the Methane Pollution Prevention Team, providing leadership and coordination for CATF projects in Latin America and Africa. In this role he works with governments to promote the adoption of policies to reduce methane emissions from the oil and gas industry and the waste sectors. Prior to joining CATF, Alfredo served in the Mexican government at the Ministry of Energy and at the oil and gas environmental regulator (ASEA) from 2014 until 2020. He earned an undergraduate degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering in 2010 from Cardiff University (UK). In 2014 he gained an MSc in Management and Engineering of Environment and Energy from KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden) and École des Mines de Nantes (France).
Marisol Estrella is a Programme Manager for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Resilience to Disasters and Conflicts, Global Support Branch of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), based in Geneva, Switzerland. She has 18 years experience working in the field of disaster risk reduction, in Africa, Latin America, Southeast Asia and Middle East, related to field project implementation, trainings, technical publications, policy advocacy and partnership building. Her fields of expertise include promoting Nature-based Solutions and Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction, as well as pollution risk reduction linked to industrial hazards. She has a Masters with Distinction on Environment and Development Policy from the University of Sussex (UK), and a Bachelor Honours degree from the University of McGill (Canada)