Luis Molina joined the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), now the Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT, in 2017 as a climate and environmental scientist. He has worked on implementation of methodologies for assessing climate change vulnerability, and modeling approaches to estimate the understand the value and changes of ecosystem services at landscape level due to land management practices. At ImpactSF, he contributes to the development of data-driven products and solutions for the financial sector, for monitoring the impact of investments on the environment. He also works on the implementation of the TerraBio, a novel framework that combines remote sensing and environmental genomics to generate evidence of the environmental performance of private sector investments on conservation. He holds a PhD in Meteorology, Oceanography, and Environmental Physics from the University of Paris – Saclay.