Protected Areas of Mexico: A Place in the Geography of Hope
Presented by Dr. Ernesto Enkerlin- Hoeflich, Leader of Legacy for Sustainability
Biography: Dr. Enkerlin is a prominent Mexican conservationist, environmentalist and researcher, specializing in parrot ecology, environmental policy, sustainability and biodiversity stewardship. His efforts at the National Commission on Protected areas of Mexico (CONANP), which he presided from 2001 to 2010, were distinguished by several international awards. Dr. Enkerlin holds a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural and Zootechnics Engineering from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (ITESM, 1980) and a doctorate degree from Texas A&M University at College Station (1995). Currently Professor Enkerlin is Leader of Legacy for Sustainability (ITESM); Deputy Chair, World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA-IUCN), Scientific President for Pronatura, Mexico´s largest conservation NGO and board member of Global Institute for Sustainability (ITESM) and Fundación Coca-Cola.
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