Forests, ecosystem services, climate change. Forest Engineer.
Doris Cordero has worked for more than 20 years in forests, ecosystem services and climate change in Latin America, both for international organizations and for national and local governments and organizations. She has contributed to the design, implementation and evaluation of projects for agencies of the United Nations, IUCN, GIZ, governments and non-governmental organizations.
Her areas of expertise include ecosystem services, biodiversity, forests, mitigation (REDD+) and ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA), financial mechanisms for conservation, nature-based solutions and integrated water resource management.
Doris is a Forest Engineer from the Technological Institute of Costa Rica and holds a bachelor degree of Science in Forestry from the National University of Costa Rica. She has also completed additional training in environmental financing, climate change and ecosystem services. She is a member of the IUCN Ecosystem Management Commission.