Climate Services for Resilient Development, By ANGELA SORIANO-QUEVEDO
Angela is a climate change consultant at the World Bank, where she advises task team leaders in the East Asia and Pacific Region on climate change. In addition, she is authoring two country studies on hydrometeorological services for climate-resilient
development in Mozambique and Jamaica.
She has also been an expert reviewer for the IPCC's Sixth Assessment Report, which assesses climate change's impacts, adaptation, and vulnerabilities. Previously, she worked on environmental security issues in Latin America.
Angela received her Master's Degree in Climate and Society from Columbia University.
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