María Eugenia Ibarrarán
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María Eugenia Ibarrarán is a professor in the Department of Social Sciences at the Ibero-American University Puebla (Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla) in Puebla, Mexico and a member of the Center of Studies on Poverty and Exclusion. She is also part of the task force on social justice and ecology, where she is addressing issues on poverty, inequality, violence, and the environment. Her main research interests are energy and environmental economics, and she is working on developing policies for mitigation and adaptation to climate change. She is also a part of the Berkley Center's Catholic Social Teaching and the Global Future of Development project. Ibarrarán earned her B.A. in Economics from the Mexico Autonomous Institute of Technology (Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México) and received her Ph.D. in Geography and her M.A. in Energy and Environmental Studies from Boston University.