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Hector Cordero Irigoyen was a climate change and urban policy consultant at the Climate Change Division. In his role at the IDB, he supported various divisions and national governments to design, structure and implement investment projects. His work focused on mainstreaming climate change measures in loan operations and technical cooperation grants in Latin America. His work also included research and technical support on innovation for blue economy, nature-based solutions, and ecosystem conservation to provide policy recommendations to country governments in the development of national policies and NDCs. Before joining the IDB, Hector worked for the 100 Resilient Cities Program of the Rockefeller Foundation, providing support to several Latin American cities to develop and implement their resilience strategies. He also served as advisor for the Science-based Targets Initiative, a global platform to help companies adopt ambitious climate targets, while working at WWF. Hector holds a bachelor degree in International Relations from the Universidad de las Americas-Puebla and a Master’s degree in Regional and Urban Planning from the London School of Economics and Political Science.