José Luis Rodríguez Gamo is a forestry engineer from UPM and PDD from the Instituto de Empresa. In terms of teaching, he is a professor for the Master's Degree in Historical Gardens and Ecosystem Services for Green Infrastructure at the Technical University of Madrid and professor of advanced coursework for heads of public services at Structuralia. Spain’s judge at the Green Flag Awards, member of the Sociedad Española de Ciencias Forestales, and Spokesperson for the Colegio de Ingeniero de Montes in Madrid. He has participated in various publications, such as the latest “Guía Divulgativa de la Infraestructura Verde Urbana,” in partnership with the FEMP and business association ASEJA, which Ferrovial Services currently presides over. His professional career has always been linked to the business world, both public (Grupo Tragsa) and private (Acciona and the ACS Group), within management for green spaces and for public works and services. He has worked for Ferrovial Group since 2000, where he has carried out his work as a manager within the urban and environmental services division, initially at Ferroser, then at Cespa starting in 2004, and at Ferrovial Services Spain since 2013. He has spearheaded the Company's climate change and biodiversity management for two years.
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