Román Guridi was born in La Serena, and spent some years of his youth in Puerto Montt. After studying for a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy and humanities at Alberto Hurtado University (UAH), he obtained his Bachelor’s degree in theology from PUC, Chile. Between 2005 and 2008, he lived in France to study a double Master’s degree in philosophy and theology at the Centre Sèvres de Paris, where he became interested in the different topics related to the climate crisis, the role humans have played in it, and eco-theology. During that time, he also collaborated as a computer teacher at the Centre d’initiatives et de services des étudiants de Saint-Denis (CISED). Back in Chile, he worked as Director of the Centro Universitario Ignaciano (Ignatian University Center), belonging to Alberto Hurtado University. Between 2012 and early 2017, he developed his Doctorate studies at the STM of Boston College, USA. He also helped in Catholic education at Saint Monica’s Paris in South Boston, where he mainly shared with Dominican immigrants. Since 2017, he has worked in the Faculty of Theology, developing, through his teaching and research, the themes of eco-theology, theological anthropology, and the role of religions in the climate crisis.