Aimée Aguilar Jaber
Aimée is in charge of leading work on Climate Change Mitigation in the Climate, Biodiversity and Water Division of the Environment Directorate, at the OECD. Current work includes the development of the report "Climate Change Mitigation through a Well-being Lens", which discusses how adopting a well-being lens changes the perspective on climate policy approaches across different economic sectors (electricity, heavy industry, residential, transport and agriculture). Other work includes supporting countries in the development of Long-term Low-emission Development Strategies (LT-LEDS).
Before joining the Environment Directorate, Aimee was an Economist at the International Transport Forum at the OECD. She was in charge of developing case specific studies and roundtable meetings in a range of subjects such as land-use and transport integration; linkages between mobility policies, access improvements and social inclusion; strategies for improving air quality; and metropolitan governance of transport. Aimée also worked previously as part of the Transport Outlook team, analyzing regional and global passenger transport trends. As part of this work she led the development of urban mobility scenarios for different world regions and the analysis of the environmental and health impacts of different urban transport policies. Within the OECD she has also worked in the Governance Directorate, and before joining the OECD she worked in WRI-EMBARQ Mexico.
Aimée has a bachelor degree in Economics from the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Economómicas (CIDE) in Mexico City, a Master's degree in International Political Economy from the University of Warwick in the UK and a “maitrise” in Sustainable Development from Dauphine Univeristé in Paris.