Who are we?
A Peruvian think tank that specializes in addressing issues in an interdisciplinary way and connecting the public and private sectors.
We carry out actions of environmental public interest to mitigate climate change.
We provide innovative solutions to climate problems that involve all stakeholders.
Our team has a comprehensive approach from different professions.
Participate in the elaboration of public policies through a comprehensive approach to environmental problems, from the joint and
Daniela Soberón Garreta
She studied Law at Universidad del Pacífico and is a specialist in energy transition policies and the rights of indigenous peoples. Monitors and designs the strategy of the interdisciplinary IPC cases of the members.
Cindy López Pinedo
She studied Economics at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and is a specialist in energy transition and sustainable development policies. Coordinates the IPC volunteer program and the Energy Transition line of action.
Carlos Trinidad Alvarado
Candidate for the Master in Business Management from the Berlin School of Economics and Law. With eight years of experience in environmental investments, climate finance and rights of indigenous peoples. Coordinates the research lines of IPC.
Ernesto Ortiz del Águila
Economist with a Master in Environmental Management from the Universidad de los Andes. He has experience in the use of economic instruments for the conservation of the environment and the mitigation of climate change. Coordinates the Green Finance line of action.
Willy Mak Long
He studied Economics at the Universidad del Pacífico and is a specialist in estimating greenhouse gases. He has experience in decarbonization and climate finance projects. Provides the environmental economic evaluation of IPC actions.
- Promotion of measures that encourage the use of renewable energies.
- Development of research on the efficiency of economic and fiscal incentives in force for the energy sector.
Analysis of the ideal measures for the promotion of energy efficiency and security.
- Promotion of instruments to promote sustainable development that guarantees a balance between economic growth and social welfare.
- Monitoring of the main environmental and climate public policies
- Design of the strategy for cases of violation of rights that includes various areas (communication, judicial, legislative, among others).
- Analysis of existing cases before non-judicial bodies such as international organizations.
- Design and implementation of innovative financial mechanisms for the conservation and mitigation of the effects of climate change.
- Development of green investments for adaptation and mitigation of climate change.
- Evaluation of current economic instruments for sustainable development.
- Joint work with indigenous peoples organizations and visibility of their effects in the development of public policies.
- Design of instruments that contribute to sustainability and closing gaps for indigenous peoples.
Defense of indigenous peoples against cases of violation of their rights from different axes.
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The Institute of Climate Policies promotes the development of academic and research spaces, from an interdisciplinary approach. For this reason, working with study centers and research centers, such as non-governmental organizations or think tanks, is key.
In coordination with Universidad del Pacifico, IPC was co-organizer of an event where the development of green economic reactivation in three Latin American countries was presented. In addition, the perspective of key actors, such as the State, civil society and indigenous peoples, for the green reactivation in Peru was discussed.
IPC participated in the Vermont Law School’s Global Conference on Environmental Taxation No. 21. In this conference he presented the presentation “Carbon pricing in Peru: Energy transition and climate justice in a Covid-19 context”, on the options of implementing a carbon price that contributes to climate justice in Peru, taking into account the context of the Covid-19.
In the Binational Cycle of Conferences on International Relations held by Universidad del Rosario de Colombia and the Peruvian University of Applied Sciences, IPC presented a conference on climate change and measures to combat it, where the case of carbon prices was presented.
With the support of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftun, the research article entitled: “Post-Covid economic reactivation and mitigation of Climate Change in CAN countries” has been prepared, which analyzes the situation of the member countries of the Andean Community of Nations (CAN) regarding the measures they have taken to reactivate their economy and how they impact on the mitigation objectives for climate change.
The IPC team promotes strategic litigation actions in international channels, such as the Secretariat for Requests on Environmental Compliance Issues (SACA) of the Trade Agreement between Peru and the United States (FTA).
In 2019, we submitted one of the first requests to SACA due to the lack of effective application of Law 28694, which requires that the taxes levied on fuels in Peru are applied based on a criterion of harmfulness.
This case shows that the role of taxation, as well as economic and fiscal instruments in general, are fundamental to affect people’s decisions. Especially in the case of climate change, which is a global problem where externalities are not usually assumed by the actors that cause them.