Daniel Puig is a natural scientist by training, with a professional background encompassing the private sector, the international civil service and academia.
He specialises in the analysis of national-level policies to mitigate, and adapt to, climate change. He has experience with both quantitative methods, notably computer-based energy-economy models, and qualitative approaches, including multi-criteria decision analysis.
Daniel is an accomplished writer, and has written and edited high-profile reports published by the European Union institutions and the United Nations Environment Programme. He has authored and co-authored peer-reviewed journal papers in issues ranging from the efficiency and effectiveness of national and international climate change policy processes, to the extent to which uncertainty is incorporated in national-level planning climate-change policy planning.
Before joining UNEP DTU Partnership, Daniel worked for the United Nations Environment Programme and, prior to this, for an international consulting company based in Denmark.