Fernando is the Chief Operations Officer of WRI México, responsible for overseeing all internal functions, planning and corporate strategy, human resources, risk management, information systems, facilities, sustainability, accounting, governance and compliance with contracts, and metrics to...
- Chief Operations Officer, WRI MéxicoMexico
- CEO, WRI MéxicoMexico
Adriana Lobo is the executive director of WRI Mexico. During the 14 years since its inauguration, WRI Mexico (formerly called CTS EMBARQ Mexico) has promoted an impact toward sustainable cities, and has now added the...
According to the World Health Organization, 1.2 million people die every year in traffic crashes worldwide and 90 percent of deaths happen in low and middle-income countries. Almost half of these deaths are pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists. Road fatalities are expected to become the...
- projectCombining local monitoring data with satellite modeling to develop city-scale operational air quality forecasts
- Director of Urban Development and Accessibility, WRI Mexico
Pablo Lazo is the Director of Urban Development and Accessibility for WRI Mexico. He is responsible for defining and implementing the strategy for integrated planning concerning low carbon emissions, resilience, and land use in partnership with other members of the Executive Team. He researches...
FedEx and WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities are working together to catalyze sustainable urban transport solutions to improve the quality of life for people around the world.
- Press Release
LONDON (March 17, 2021) — A new report from the Coalition for Urban Transitions finds that in order to accelerate COVID-19 recovery, achieve shared prosperity, and drive climate action,
This technical note describes the data sources and methodology underpinning a computer system for the automated generation of land use/land cover (LULC) maps of urban areas based on medium-resolution (10–30m/pixel) satellite imagery. The system and maps deploy the LULC taxonomy of the Atlas of...
- Press Release
WASHINGTON, DC (December 16, 2020) — WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities announced five projects as finalists for the 2020-2021 WRI Ross Center Prize for Cities today for showing how cities can address both climate change and inequalit
The unfolding coronavirus pandemic has exposed the systemic vulnerability and inequity of cities and underscored their crucial role in driving a sustainable future. While urban environments have been greatly disrupted, cities also offer promising opportunities to respond and recover while...