Cecilia Ibarra is an industrial civil engineer of the University of Chile. She specialized in management of technology and innovation, focusing in professionally on the processes that accompany technological change. Later, she received her doctorate in Science and Technology Policy Studies from the University of Sussex, United Kingdom and, currently, is engaged in investigation. Her area of work includes the processes of technological change and governance, specifically on themes related to climate change from a historical focus.
Sapiains, R., Ibarra, C., Jiménez, G., O´Ryan, R., Blanco, G., Moraga, P., … Al., E. (2020). Exploring the contours of Climate Governance: An interdisciplinary systematic literature review from a Southern perspective. Environmental Policy and Governance, (August), 1–14. https://doi.org/10.1002/eet.1912
Osses, M., Ibarra, C. y Silva, B. (Eds.) (2019). El sol al servicio de la humanidad. Historia de la energía solar en Chile. RIL Editores, Santiago de Chile. Libro disponible en la página del proyecto https://historiaytecnologia.cl/sol/
Ibarra, C., O´Ryan, R. and Silva, B. (2018). Applying knowledge governance to understand the role of science in environmental regulation: the case of arsenic in Chile. Environmental Science and Policy, 86, 115-124.
Arriagada, R., Aldunce, P., Blanco, G., Ibarra, C., Moraga, P., Nahuelhual, L., O´Ryan, R., Urquiza, A. and Gallardo, L. (2018). Governing climate change in the anthropocene: modes of governance and steps towards polycentrism in Chile. Elem Sci Anth, 6 (1), 68.
Gallardo, L., Barraza, F., Ceballos, A., Galleguillos, M., Huneeus, N., Lambert, F., Ibarra, C., Munizaga, M., O´Ryan, R., Osses, M., Tovett, S., Urquiza, A. and Véliz, K. (2018). Evolution of air quality in Santiago: the role of mobility and lessons from the science-policy interface. Elem Sci Anth, 6 (1), 38.