Mr. Carlos Fuller is the International and Regional Liaison Officer of the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre, a specialized intergovernmental organization established to coordinate the region’s response to climate change and to make the region more resilient to climate change and climate variability. His primary responsibility is to coordinate the region in the international climate change negotiation process. He is a meteorologist, and prior to joining the Centre, was the Chief Meteorologist of the National Meteorological Service of Belize. He held several positions in the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) including President of Regional Association IV. He was the country’s chief climate change negotiator from 1990 until his retirement from the government service in 2008. He is still a member of the Belize delegation and was elected Chairman of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) at COP 21. Mr. Fuller was awarded the George Price Lifetime Award for Emergency Management and the Officer of the Order British Empire (OBE) for public service.