Mtra. María Cristina Hernández.
Graduated in Law from the Law School of the National Bar Association, as a collaborator of the British Embassy in Mexico, she studied a course given by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Kingdom entitled: “Programming and Management of Projects in the Political Context” , in London. He has a diploma in International Environmental Law issued by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR, for its acronym in English) in Geneva, Switzerland and a diploma on Social Impact Assessment and Consultation by the Latin American Faculty of Sciences Social (FLACSO). She specializes in Energy and Environmental Policy and Management by FLACSO and she has a Master’s degree in Energy and Environmental Policy and Management with a mention of excellence awarded by FLACSO itself.
His areas of specialization are: implementation and management of environmental projects (at the international, national and local level); preparation of legislative studies for organizations such as the United Nations Environment Program and the United Nations Development Program; development of federal and state environmental legislation; tourism, mining, infrastructure and energy projects; water, climate change, environmental impact assessment, land use change in forest lands and hazardous waste management; environmental audits; and comparative law.
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