Marta Torres Gunfaus
Senior Researcher, Deep Decarbonization Pathways (DDP) Initiative
Ms. Marta Torres Gunfaus has more than 17 years of professional experience working in the field of climate change mitigation within the public, private and academic sectors, both from the North and the South, with the aim of contributing to the transition to prosperous and equitable low-carbon societies. Currently she is senior research fellow at IDDRI and Lead of National Engagements in Deep Decarbonization (DDP) Initiative. She has extensive international experience leading and participating in large-scale research collaborations and Government-mandated planning processes, namely to facilitate dialogues between science and policymaking. In the past, she served as Head of climate mitigation for the Government of Catalonia and was co-Director of the MAPS Programme, a collaboration amongst developing countries employing over hundred experts to establish the evidence base for long term transition to robust economies that are carbon efficient. Over the years, Marta has consolidated an extensive international network of climate and development practitioners, and she is member of several Climate Change Expert Committees.
Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism, Cooperation & partnerships, Finance, Just transition, Mitigation, Modelling, Trade