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Leaders' Dialogues

Leaders' Dialogue 1 (10:00 - 11:30, Tamna Hall A)

SUSTAINABILITY: TURNING WORDS INTO ACTIONS THROUGH COOPERATION

Latest concepts and incentives available to ensure the sustainable use of natural resources will be presented and discussed.

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  • NameJohn Robinson
  • NationalityUSA
  • OrganizationWildlife Conservation Society
  • TitleExecutive Vice President

Professional Background

-2008-Present Chief Conservation Officer (The Wildlife Conservation Society)
-2005-Present Executive Vice-President (The Wildlife Conservation Society)
-1999-2005 Senior Vice-President and Director, International Conservation (The Wildlife Conservation Society)
-1993-1999 Vice-President and Director, International Conservation (The Wildlife Conservation Society)
-1990-1993 Director (Wildlife Conservation International)
-1988-1993 Program Director (Pew Charitable Trusts)

Education

-Ph.D. in Zoology, University of North Carolina
-B.A. in Zoology, Swarthmore College

Introduction of the Organization

Wildlife Conservation Society(WCS) stands for wildlife and wild places. As the world’s premier wildlife conservation organization, WCS has a long track record of achieving innovative, impactful results at scale. We run programs spanning the entire ocean and more than 3 million biologically critical square miles in nearly 60 countries. We build on a unique foundation: Our reach is global; we discover through best-in-class science; we protect through work on the ground with local and indigenous people; we inspire through our world-class zoos, aquarium, and education programs; and we leverage our resources through partnerships and powerful policy influence. Our nearly 4,000 diverse, passionately committed team members in New York City and around the world work collectively to achieve our conservation mission.
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