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CORPORATIVO CITI CENTER, INSURGENTES SUR 1602, PISO 11 OFICINA 1102, COL. CREDITO CONSTRUCTOR, 03940 MEXICO
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Work +52 55 5062 0050
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Fax +52 55 5062 0051
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www.solcargo.com.mx
SOLCARGO, Gustavo Carvajal Isunza, México City,

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Gustavo Carvajal Isunza

Tel:
Work +52(55) 5062 0050
Email:
SOLCARGO

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Environmental Law.

Position

Mr. Carvajal’s practice focuses on administrative law in general. The area he supervises covers traditional areas of administrative law such as public bidding, infrastructure, energy projects, and projects with municipal governments. He personally practices on environmental law and issues related to standardization.

Career

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Council Member MEXICAN COMMISSION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE Member ENVIRONMENTAL GENERAL ATTORNEY OFFICE (Mexico City) Council Member of the Government Board (Elected by the Local Congress) BOSQUE DE CHAPULTEPEC Council Member of the Government Board. COMMISION FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION (CANADA-US-MEXICO) Joint Public Advisory Commitee (2014-2017)

Languages

Spanish, English.

Education

Masters in Public Policies, Harvard University 1992 – 1994 Fulbright-Garcia Robles Scholar Thesis: “The Recovery of the Shrimp Industry in Mexico”; Cambridge, MA. Attorney at Law, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico 1986-1991; Thesis: “Parliamentary Practices in Mexico”, Mexico City.


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