Mr. López is GGGI Country Representative for Mexico and Peru, where he is responsible for scoping, developing, launching and overseeing the execution of projects in green growth planning and implementation, supervising country teams, and building and maintaining relationships with partner country counterparts and other key stakeholders.
He has 17 years of professional experience in environmental, water resources, and climate change issues, including 14 years in private consulting. Prior to joining GGGI, he worked as an independent consultant in the areas of strategic planning, climate change planning, and water resources, in Mexico and in the United States. Before that, he worked in the Mexico City office of McKinsey and Company, where he participated in engagements in the fields of strategy, climate change, and energy.
Salvador has significant experience in water resources and water infrastructure planning. He was a Principal at CDM (now CDMSmith), a global environmental consulting firm, where he oversaw numerous water-related projects in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. Prior to that, he was a Project Manager at the Border Environmental Cooperation Commission, a bi-national Mexico/US agency.
Salvador holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering from MIT, a Masters in Environmental Engineering from Stanford University, and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of California.