Pedro Henrique Campello Torres is an expert in urban planning and climate change from University of São Paulo (USP). He has a wide experience in interdisciplinary research and projects involving policy, inequality and social dimensions of climate-water related issues. He was involved in the experts review group of 10 New Insights in Climate Science 2019, by Future Earth and the Earth League.
He is currently a research fellow of the Earth System Project and IPCC Expert Review (report AR6, WG 2). He has also worked for the São Paulo City Hall at the Environment Secretary, and international organizations as the ITDP (Institute for Transportation and Development Policy) and ICLEI (Local governments for sustainability). Recently he published a chapter on Water Security and the Sustainable Development Goals published at the Global Water Security Issues (GWSI) Paper Series, co-published by UNESCO Headquarters and UNESCO i-WSSM.