Sandra Guzman is the Founder and the General Coordinator of the Climate Finance Group for Latin America and the Caribbean (GFLAC) with active work in eleven countries of the region. Sandra is a PhD student at the University of York in the United Kingdom, she holds a Masters Degree on Environmental Policy and Regulation from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She graduated with honours with a degree in International Relations at the National University of Mexico. Sandra has specialised in human rights and environment, environmental law, public finance, energy and environmental management and extractive activities amongst others. She was the policy leader of the Low Carbon Strategy of Mexico supported by USAID and WWF in Mexico, and was the Public Policy Coordinator of the Mexican Center of Environmental Law (CEMDA) where she started to work in the climate change international negotiations since 2006, having participating actively in every COP since 2008. One of the core areas of GFLAC work is the transparency framework to climate change and the relationship between open data and climate change and that is why I would love to participate in this event.