Tanya Müller García
Secretary of Environment, Mexico City. Tanya Müller García holds a Master’s degree in International Agriculture Economics and Management from Humboldt University of Berlin; she is an Agronomist Engineer with a specialization in Horticulture from the Agricultural Panamerican School in Tegucigalpa, Honduras and a Specialization on Environmental Law and Natural Resources from the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM). She holds a Postgraduate in Hydrometeorology by the Ministry of Transport at Tel Aviv, Israel.
In 2014 she was elected by the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, to be one of the 12 members of the UN High Level Advisory Group for Sustainable Transport.
Tanya Müller is founding director of World Urban Parks. She is also founder and Vice President of the World Green Infrastructure Network, a worldwide association dedicated to the promotion of green infrastructure in different regions of the world and president of the Mexican Green Roofs Civil Association (AMENA A.C.), dedicated to the research and dissemination of green roofs and walls.