I joined the Master of Community and Regional Planning on 2015 looking for a program that gave me more tools to tackle social problems from a bottom-up perspective.
Before coming to SCARP I worked as a Mathematical Engineer at the subway company: Metro de Santiago, in my homeland, Chile.
I hope to focus on how natural resources can be better managed from within the community and also how small or rural communities can manage a better living in this urban era.
Ekeland, I., Pareja, C., & Sumaila, R. (2009). Fisheries Management and Intergenerational Equity. Cahiers De La Chaire Finance Et Développement Durable, 17. Retrieved from https://basepub.dauphine.fr/handle/123456789/2268
Graduate Studies Scholarship. Chilean Government (2015)