Macarena Miranda is from Chile and has a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Development (UDD). She also has a background in Environmental Health and Safety Engineering (professional degree) from the University of Technology INACAP, with two years of work experience as an advisor in a Construction Company. She was carried out as a research assistant at Sustainability Research Center (Cisger) from 2016 until today at the Universidad del Desarrollo, Chile. Her work over the years in different projects in Cisger is related to the relevance to design new approaches and tools to understand the sustainable issues, data analytics applied to social complexities and developing new models of Life Cycle Assessment in mining and retail operations. She spent one year as an intern at the Biomass Technology Laboratory. During this time, she was involved in a project aiming at the purification of a new type of green diesel produced from the liquefaction of lignocellulosic biomass and in close collaboration with the industrial partner. Now, she will continue her work at the BTL as a Ph.D. student and will be focused on detoxification methods into the Maple syrup production process.