Rodrigo Pizarro is an economist from the London School of Economics and holds a PhD from Stanford University with over 20 years’ experience working on environmental issues. He is a Senior Climate economist at the OECD, where he is the Manager of the International Programme for Action on Climate (IPAC). Previously he was Head of the Environmental Economics Division of the Ministry of the Environment of Chile (2014-2018), where he was responsible for the design and implementation of Chile´s carbon tax, the green growth strategy, the sustainable consumption and production program, and the environmental accounts program. He has also been a consultant for various international organizations and professor at the University of Santiago. He is also member of the UN subcommittee on environmental taxation and a member of the Latin America board of the Carbon Disclosure Program (CDP).