Pedro is currently a sponsored researcher at the Sustainable Gas Institute (SGI) working with Integrated Assessment Models (IAM). Pedro joined the SGI in 2020 from The University of São Paulo (Brazil), where he worked at the Research Center for Gas Innovation (RCGI). His PhD research done at the University of Campinas (Brazil) analysed the environmental, economic and social implications and impacts of a bioeconomy for Brazil.
Pedro's research interests include social and economic modeling, with particular interest in the interactions between energy and the sustainable development goals (SDG).
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