Logout

Do you really want to logout?

Forgot Password

Email information
Please enter your email address and we will send you instructions to set a new password.

Choose / Confirm new Password

Choose / Confirm new Password
Marco Lambertini
http://s3.amazonaws.com/dldwebsite-production/black_and_white_avatars/marco-lambertini/pulse/quad_IMG_8515_(medium).jpg
WWF International
mock full_address

Marco Lambertini

Company: WWF International
Title: Director-General
Location: Gland, Switzerland
Fields of operation: Other
Twitter: WWF_DG



Marco Lambertini is Director General of WWF International, having first worked with WWF as a youth volunteer in his native Italy. As the head of one of the largest and most respected nature conservation organizations, he works with world leaders, corporate executives and civil society to forge a future in which people and nature thrive. He sits on the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED) - at the invitation of the Chinese Government and on the Board of the International Civil Society Centre.

He leads a global Network with over 50 years of environmental conservation successes, five million supporters, 25 million followers on social media and activities in over 100 countries.

Prior to joining WWF, he served as Chief Executive of BirdLife International where he restructured and led a highly decentralized secretariat, overseeing a global partnership of over 120 civil society organizations based in countries and territories in all continents. During his career Marco’s experience spans from field research to international policy, nature reserve management, environmental education, communications and campaigning, NGO development, ecotourism and integrated conservation and development projects in many countries all over the world.

Marco Lambertini has a degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry from the University of Pisa, with a thesis on ecotoxicology, and has published books ranging from Safari in Africa (Muzzio) to A naturalist’s guide to the Tropics (Chicago University Press).




YOU MIGHT LIKE THIS: