Eduardo is an Analyst for Resource Watch in Mexico, supporting data processing, scripts and visualizations, as well as conducting geospatial analysis for data-driven blogs. He contributes on the issues of energy, air quality and urban land use.

Before joining WRI, Eduardo worked as a monitoring technician for the program “Together for the prevention of violence” of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), where he was in charge of managing data from the indicators of the program and carrying out analyzes to evaluate the activities of the program in the regions of Mexico where it was implemented. Previously, Eduardo participated in conducting social impact evaluations at the Mexican Petroleum Institute (IMP) and in the development of information dashboards at the Smart Data Intelligence consultancy.

Eduardo is a sociologist, graduated from the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the UNAM.

Eduardo is a music and horror film enthusiast.