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Pablo Herreros

Pablo Herreros

  • Position:
    Junior Researcher - PhD Student
    La Caixa INPhINIT Fellow
  • Main Research Field:
    Urban Climate Change Adaptation, Risk and Vulnerability, Ecosystem Services, Flood Risk Mapping, GIS
  • BC3 Research Line:
    4. Research Line Adaptation Lab
  • Contact information:
    Email address: pablo.herreros@bc3research.org
    Contact phone: +34 94 401 46 90
  • ORCID ID: 0000-0002-2278-0648

Short CV

Pablo Herreros studied environmental engineering at the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain, where he specialized in environmental impact assessment. Interested in using his knowledge of geographic information systems and ecology for the benefit of society, he moved to Wageningen University in the Netherlands to complete an MSc in urban environmental management. After completing his masters, he joined the Urban Systems Lab in NYC, where he has collaborated with a vast range of city officials and environmental justice organizations to co-create research projects aimed at enabling fair adaptation to climate change. As a PhD candidate at Bc3 and ICTA-UAB, Pablo is eager to continue exploring research and knowledge co-creation methods for further understanding the complex flows of risk and vulnerability in urban systems.

Affiliation previous to BC3

Wang, J., McPhearson, T., Zhou, W., Cook, E. M., Herreros-Cantis, P., & Liu, J. (2023). Comparing relationships between urban heat exposure, ecological structure, and socio-economic patterns in Beijing and New York City. Landscape and Urban Planning, 235, 104750.

Pineda-Pinto, M., Frantzeskaki, N., Chandrabose, M., Herreros-Cantis, P., McPhearson, T., Nygaard, C. A., & Raymond, C. (2022). Planning Ecologically Just Cities: A Framework to Assess Ecological Injustice Hotspots for Targeted Urban Design and Planning of Nature-Based Solutions. Urban Policy and Research, 40(3), 206-222.

Ortiz, L., Mustafa, A., Cantis, P. H., & McPhearson, T. (2022). Overlapping heat and COVID-19 risk in New York City. Urban Climate, 41, 101081.

Grabowski, Z. J., McPhearson, T., Wijsman, K., Ortiz, L., & Herreros-Cantis, P. (2022). The Case of green infrastructure in New York City (USA). Papers: Regió Metropolitana de Barcelona: Territori, estratègies, planejament, (64), 0172-180.

Rosenzweig, B. R., Herreros Cantis, P., Kim, Y., Cohn, A., Grove, K., Brock, J., ... & Chang, H. (2021). The value of urban flood modeling. Earth's Future, 9(1), e2020EF001739.

Herreros?Cantis, P., & McPhearson, T. (2021). Mapping supply of and demand for ecosystem services to assess environmental justice in New York City. Ecological applications, 31(6), e02390.

Pineda-Pinto, M., Herreros-Cantis, P., McPhearson, T., Frantzeskaki, N., Wang, J., & Zhou, W. (2021). Examining ecological justice within the social-ecological-technological system of New York City, USA. Landscape and urban planning, 215, 104228.

Chang, H., Pallathadka, A., Sauer, J., Grimm, N. B., Zimmerman, R., Cheng, C., ... & Herreros-Cantis, P. (2021). Assessment of urban flood vulnerability using the social-ecological-technological systems framework in six US cities. Sustainable Cities and Society, 68, 102786.

Andersson, E., Borgström, S., Haase, D., Lanemeyer, J., Mascarenhas, A., McPhearson, T., ... & Herreros-Cantis, P. (2021). A context-sensitive systems approach for understanding and enabling ecosystem service realization in cities. Ecology and Society, 26(2).

Herreros-Cantis, P., Olivotto, V., Grabowski, Z. J., & McPhearson, T. (2020). Shifting landscapes of coastal flood risk: environmental (in) justice of urban change, sea level rise, and differential vulnerability in New York City. Urban transformations, 2(1), 1-28.

McPhearson, T., Grabowski, Z., Herreros-Cantis, P., Mustafa, A., Ortiz, L., Kennedy, C., ... & Vantu, A. (2020). Pandemic injustice: spatial and social distributions of COVID-19 in the US epicenter. Journal of Extreme Events, 7(04), 2150007.

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