Andrea Meza Murillo
Minister of Environment and Energy of Costa Rica
Minister Andrea Meza was the Director of Climate Change for Costa Rica since 2015, where she directed the formulation and implementation of the National Decarbonization Plan with a view to eliminate Costa Rica’s reliance on fossil fuels by 2050. During her time in that position, she helped establish the TDA and represented her country at numerous events in the international climate process. Ms. Meza graduated from the University of Costa Rica, took specialization courses at the University of Utrecht, and has a PhD in Local Development. She has more than 20 years’ experience in public policy and project execution.