Camila Flórez Bossio has over 12 years of experience in climate policy and research, with in-depth expertise in urban adaptation. She has worked in academia and global development institutions, including the Adaptation Fund (AF) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) at The World Bank. Her work has focused on supporting global and national policy processes and projects that promote resilient communities and the transition to low-emission development pathways. Camila holds an M.Sc. in Environmental Governance from the University of Freiburg and a Ph.D. in Geography from McGill University.