Alexandre Strapasson is a former Research Fellow at the Belfer Center’s Environment and Natural Resources Program (ENRP) at Harvard Kennedy School, working on bioeconomy, negative emissions technologies, and the energy-water-food nexus. He is an Honorary Lecturer at Imperial College London and a Visiting Lecturer at IFP School in France. He is originally from Brazil and has worked on energy and environmental sciences for several years, including as a principal investigator and international consultant. Prior to these experiences, Strapasson was Director and Head of Department of Bioenergy at Brazil’s Ministry of Agriculture. He was also a UNDP Consultant for energy, ozone, and climate change at Brazil’s Ministry of the Environment, participating in the UNFCCC negotiations. He is a Chartered Engineer (Agronomy), holding an M.S. in Energy from the University of Sao Paulo (USP) and a Ph.D. in Environmental Research from Imperial College London. He did two postdocs at Harvard, the first in Sustainability Science as a MATTM Giorgio Ruffolo Fellow and the second in Agriculture and Energy Policy as a Belfer Center Fellow. Strapasson was also an Associate at the Belfer Center and is currently a Member of the Harvard Alumni for Climate and the Environment (HACE). 

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