Pablo Obregón

Senior Program Manager, Fisheries, Center for Oceans

Languages
English, French, Spanish
Pablo Obregón
Senior Program Manager, Fisheries, Center for Oceans
Pablo Obregón specializes in the design and implementation of science-based and socio-economically viable strategies that are conducive to the sustainable use of marine resources.
In his current role, he supports Conservation International's efforts to advance global commitments to the sustainability of fisheries — managing large cross-divisional fisheries projects, and leading on fundraising, partnerships and project development for the organization’s Global Fisheries and Aquaculture Program. Pablo has worked on marine resource management projects around the world, ranging from aquaculture development in the Caribbean, to small-scale and industrial fishery sustainability projects in Latin America and Oceania. He was a lead advisor in the re-zoning of the Galapagos Marine Reserve and worked with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations to improve the management of fishery bycatch in Latin America. Pablo has also worked with major businesses to design and/or improve their sustainable seafood sourcing policies and risk mitigation programs. 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.
In his current role, he supports Conservation International's efforts to advance global commitments to the sustainability of fisheries — managing large cross-divisional fisheries projects, and leading on fundraising, partnerships and project development for the organization’s Global Fisheries and Aquaculture Program. Pablo has worked on marine resource management projects around the world, ranging from aquaculture development in the Caribbean, to small-scale and industrial fishery sustainability projects in Latin America and Oceania. He was a lead advisor in the re-zoning of the Galapagos Marine Reserve and worked with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations to improve the management of fishery bycatch in Latin America. Pablo has also worked with major businesses to design and/or improve their sustainable seafood sourcing policies and risk mitigation programs. 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, French, Spanish
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