|Member Since||Jun 6, 2015||CoLab Points (actual)|
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Dr. Diego Rodríguez is currently a Senior Water Resources Management Specialist based in the Bank’s office in Mexico City where he is responsible for the coordination, strategic dialogue, formulation and supervision of lending operations, and the design and implementation of sectoral, policy, and analytical studies. At the global level, he leads the Thirsty Energy Initiative on the quantification of water and energy nexus tradeoffs where he is working in South Africa, China and Morocco. He also leads the team responsible for formulating and implementing the decision tree framework for incorporating climate uncertainty into water resource planning and investment project design and is currently engaged Kenya, Indonesia and Mexico. He is also providing technical support to operational teams in the economic analysis of water infrastructure with an emphasis on the application of decision scaling and decision making under uncertainty methods.
Prior to joining the World Bank he worked for 15 years at the Inter-American Development Bank and also worked at the Danish Hydraulic Institute. Diego Rodriguez has more 25 years of experience in sectorial, operational, policy and strategy development in water supply, sanitation, and water resources management. Diego Rodriguez has degrees in Applied Economics (MA) and Economics of Water (PhD).
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|Diego Rodriguez joined the Climate CoLab community||Jun 6, 2015|