Adriana Fajardo is a climate justice advocate and consultant from Colombia pursuing an MA in Globalization and Cultural Studies at Dartmouth College. She specializes in community-based participatory research on the politics of climate change, clean energy, and green economies. Her work aims at building bridges of knowledge across cultures and sectors, co-creating solutions with local communities, and elevating the voices of the most vulnerable to the climate crisis. She has conducted extensive research on the sustainability and inclusivity of the net-zero transition while working at the Irving Institute for Energy & Society at Dartmouth and the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex in the UK.
Adriana has +8 years of experience in investor relations and business development in Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa, connecting people, capital, and knowledge to scale the social impact of sustainable agriculture, energy access, and climate finance projects.
Track: Next-Generation Design & Business Model Innovation
The next generation or young people are not only leaders of tomorrow but leaders of today, especially when it comes to the circular economy and sustainability. In this panel, we create an... see more