Pablo Obregon

Manager, Fisheries, Center for Oceans

Languages
English, Spanish

Pablo Obregon

Manager, Fisheries, Center for Oceans

Pablo Obregon specializes in the design and implementation of science-based and socio-economically suitable management strategies that are conducive to the sustainable use of fisheries resources.
Pablo has worked on a range of marine resource management projects around the world, including aquaculture projects in the Caribbean, collaborating on a global analysis of rights-based fisheries management (TURFs) as part of the 'Fish Forever' partnership, and providing support to the 'Ocean Health Index' regional evaluations. Most recently, as part of the CI-Galapagos team, he helped to promote better marine spatial planning during the re-zoning of the Galapagos Marine Reserve. Over the last year, Pablo has also been working on a 'Sustainable Fisheries Bycatch Management and Discard Reduction' project with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). He is a 'Latin American Fisheries Fellow', and received his Master's degree from the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management at UC-Santa Barbara. ​
Pablo has worked on a range of marine resource management projects around the world, including aquaculture projects in the Caribbean, collaborating on a global analysis of rights-based fisheries management (TURFs) as part of the 'Fish Forever' partnership, and providing support to the 'Ocean Health Index' regional evaluations. Most recently, as part of the CI-Galapagos team, he helped to promote better marine spatial planning during the re-zoning of the Galapagos Marine Reserve. Over the last year, Pablo has also been working on a 'Sustainable Fisheries Bycatch Management and Discard Reduction' project with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). He is a 'Latin American Fisheries Fellow', and received his Master's degree from the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management at UC-Santa Barbara. ​
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Aquaculture, Coastal/Marine Conservation, Fisheries, Fisheries Policy and Management, Marine Conservation, Natural Resource Management
Languages
English, Spanish