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Enrique Nuñez

Executive Director, Conservation International-Philippines

Location
Philippines
Languages
English
My Latest Blogs on Human Nature
Typhoon Haiyan's Impact Felt in Warsaw
Nov 21, 2013 | Enrique Nuñez

Enrique Nuñez

Executive Director, Conservation International-Philippines

Enrique Nuñez's work focuses on the future efforts in the Sulu-Sulawesi Seascape and Palawan by enhancing the adaptive capacities of communities and using a model climate resilient transboundary network of marine protected areas and sustainable fisheries.

Enrique Nuñez is the country executive director for Conservation International-Philippines. The Philippines program will focus future efforts on the Sulu-Sulawesi Seascape and Palawan. The program is looking to enhance the adaptive capacities of communities in Sulu Sulawesi by using a model climate resilient transboundary network of marine protected areas and sustainable fisheries.

The Philippines program will house the regional geographic information system (GIS) capacity for the region. The program focuses on regional policy, particularly in engagement with the Asian Development Bank. In this role, Conservation International can become a trusted advisor to guide the Asian Development Bank in its development investments, and will help to engage the USAID Mission in Manila, which manages Pacific investments.

Enrique has over a decade of experience on environmental and natural resource management, having previously worked for environmental NGOs and development agencies. He has experience in coastal and marine conservation; uplands and community forestry issues; biodiversity and protected area management; climate change and indigenous peoples' concerns.​

Enrique Nuñez is the country executive director for Conservation International-Philippines. The Philippines program will focus future efforts on the Sulu-Sulawesi Seascape and Palawan. The program is looking to enhance the adaptive capacities of communities in Sulu Sulawesi by using a model climate resilient transboundary network of marine protected areas and sustainable fisheries.

The Philippines program will house the regional geographic information system (GIS) capacity for the region. The program focuses on regional policy, particularly in engagement with the Asian Development Bank. In this role, Conservation International can become a trusted advisor to guide the Asian Development Bank in its development investments, and will help to engage the USAID Mission in Manila, which manages Pacific investments.

Enrique has over a decade of experience on environmental and natural resource management, having previously worked for environmental NGOs and development agencies. He has experience in coastal and marine conservation; uplands and community forestry issues; biodiversity and protected area management; climate change and indigenous peoples' concerns.​

Talk to Me About
Coastal/Marine Conservation, Community Forestry, Environmental and Natural Resource Management, Protected Areas
Location
Philippines
Languages
English
My Latest Blogs on Human Nature
Typhoon Haiyan's Impact Felt in Warsaw
Nov 21, 2013 | Enrique Nuñez