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Adriana Gomez Sanabria has a degree in Environmental and Health Engineering from La Salle University, Colombia and an MSc in Forestry from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria. Additionally, she is an SGS certified Internal Auditor (ISO 14001 – ISO 9001 –OSHAS 18001).
Ms. Gomez Sanabria worked at the La Salle University as a Technician in the field of air quality and treatment of hazardous waste in Colombia. She then worked at a recognized NGO (Natura Foundation) in a REDD project with the Environmental Ministry and other governmental institutions in Colombia.
As part of her Master’s thesis in Austria, she carried out research work on illicit crop monitoring in Colombia and recently undertook an internship at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Vienna, Austria. She then worked as a consultant for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna, Austria followed by an internship with UBIMET, a private company in the field of meteorology where she was involved in ArcGIS, data management and statistical data analysis.
Since June 2015 she has been a research assistant with IIASA’s Air Quality and Greenhouse Gases (AIR) Program (formerly Mitigation of Air pollution and Greenhouse Gases (MAG) program), where she is working on the assessment of non-CO2 greenhouse gases.
Last update: 15-APR-2016
Liu J, Kiesewetter G, Klimont Z ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2630-198X, Cofala J, Heyes C, Schöpp W, Zhu T, Cao G, et al. (2019). Mitigation pathways of air pollution from residential emissions in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region in China. Environment International 125: 236-244. DOI:10.1016/j.envint.2018.09.059.
Amann M, Jiming H, Borken-Kleefeld J, Cofala J, Gomez Sanabria A, Heyes C, Höglund Isaksson L, Kiesewetter G, et al. (2019). Scenarios and Solutions. In: Air Pollution in Asia and the Pacific: Science-based solutions. pp. 61-100 Bangkok, Thailand: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). ISBN 978-92-807-3725-7
Cofala J, Amann M, Borken-Kleefeld J ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5465-8559, Gomez Sanabria A, Heyes C, Kiesewetter G, Sander R, Schöpp W, et al. (2018). Final Report The potential for cost-effective air emission reductions from international shipping through designation of further Emission Control Areas in EU waters with focus on the Mediterranean Sea. IIASA Research Report. Laxenburg, Austria: RR-18-002
Gomez Sanabria A, Höglund Isaksson L, Rafaj P, & Schöpp W (2018). Carbon in global waste and wastewater flows – its potential as energy source under alternative future waste management regimes. Advances in Geosciences 45: 105-113. DOI:10.5194/adgeo-45-105-2018.
Danylo O, See L, Gomez Sanabria A, Schnabel G, & Fritz S (2017). Using the LCZ framework for change detection and urban growth monitoring. Geophysical Research Abstracts 19: p. 18043.
Capros P, De Vita A, Tasios N, Siskos P, Kannavou M, Petropoulos A, Evangelopoulou S, Zampara M, et al. (2016). EU Reference Scenario 2016 - Energy, transport and GHG emissions Trends to 2050. European Commission Directorate - General for Energy, Directorate - General for Climate Action and Directorate - General for Mobility and Transport
Höglund Isaksson L, Winiwarter W, Purohit P, & Gomez-Sanabria A (2016). Non-CO2 greenhouse gas emissions in the EU-28 from 2005 to 2050: GAINS model methodology. IIASA Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria
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