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Daisy Ramirez Lopez

Environmental Engineer and Community Engagement

BSc, Environmental Engineering, University of California, Merced

Daisy Ramirez Lopez is an environmental engineer with a personal passion for improving both our natural and built environments. Daisy brings her analytic skills to Pathways’ work, developing profiles that communicate climate vulnerabilities and risk for a wide array of clients, including public and private water, wastewater, and stormwater utilities, and the public. She often works between the technical teams and stakeholder engagement teams, helping to synthesize, translate, and document key findings to support and communicate the progress towards climate adaptation.

Daisy has been at the center of San Francisco’s Waterfront Resilience Program adaptation strategy development, working with Champions from multiple city departments as they co-create distinct waterfront strategies that re-imagine San Francisco’s future. She has supported walking tours to communicate the stratgies to a broad cross section of the public, and led youth engagement tours and events with the San Francisco Unified School District. As a San Francisco native, she is driven and passionate about helping her community and the City and County of San Francisco become more resilient to future climate change.

Daisy is a member of the BayCAN equity working group, and a technical contributor on the Fifth National Climate Assessment (Coastal Effects chapter).

Daisy Ramirez Lopez
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