Alexandre Strapasson is Associate Fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University, and has been collaborating in research projects at the Imperial's Centre for Environmental Policy. He is also an Imperial College alumnus, and a Visiting Lecturer at the IFP Energies Nouvelles in Paris. He has been working on energy and environmental systems modelling, including global land use, forestry, bioenergy, climate change mitigation, and food security issues. Dr. Strapasson previously worked as Director and Head of the Department of Bioenergy at the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture; and as UNDP Consultant for Energy and Climate Change at the Brazilian Ministry of the Environment. He holds a MSc in Energy from the University of São Paulo (USP) and a PhD degree in Environmental Research from Imperial, with a Postdoc in Sustainability Science from Harvard Kennedy School.
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