Miguel Naranjo is Costa Rican, a chemical engineer, and works in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
This Convention is an agreement between virtually every country in the world to avoid dangerous climate disruption due to human activities. The secretariat follows up on the commitments of the countries, reports on progress and organizes activities and negotiations, in coordination with and under the mandate of the signatory countries of the Convention.
Miguel’s days prior to the cop21 held last December in Paris, was intense. But once he traveled to France for three weeks, the pressure rose. Over the next four articles in our blog, we’ll talk with Miguel to learn about climate change, his experience in cop21, and its results.