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Pamela is a lawyer, environmental policy analyst and climate finance specialist. She is currently focused on designing projects that allow the mobilization of financial resources for the implementation of the Paris Agreement in LAC countries. Her work also includes developing long-term strategies to drive a sustainable, low-carbon and climate-resilient development. Pamela has extensive experience within the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Before joining the IDB, she worked as Director of Forest Policy at GLOBE International, a network of legislators from more than 50 countries that seeks to address environmental challenges and promote legislation on deforestation, climate change and sustainable development. Her work focused on articulating the executive and legislative powers in various countries in environmental matters and reinforcing the role of legislators in examining environmental policies and international commitments of governments. Previously, Pamela worked at the British NGO ClientEarth, as part of the Latin American Climate and Forest Program where she supported national processes for the development of REDD + safeguards. Before moving to the United Kingdom in 2013, Pamela was an associate lawyer in the Natural Resources and Environment area of the law firm Estudio Grau/CMS in Lima where she advised clients on the use and exploitation of natural resources and environmental certification.