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Sebastian Troëng, Ph.D.

Executive Vice President

Location
U.S. (Arlington)
Languages
English, Spanish, Swedish
My Latest Blogs on Human Nature
6 Signs of Hope For Our Blue World
Jun 08, 2015 | Sebastian Troëng, Ph.D.
World Catching on to Importance of Blue Economy
Feb 17, 2015 | Sebastian Troëng, Ph.D.
Assessing the Health of Brazil’s Ocean
Apr 03, 2014 | Sebastian Troëng, Ph.D.

Sebastian Troëng, Ph.D.

Executive Vice President

As Executive Vice President, Dr. Sebastian Troëng leads the delivery of conservation solutions across Conservation International’s field programs, including the Africa Field Division, Americas Field Division, Asia-Pacific Field Division, Center for Oceans and Global Program Support teams.

As the head of the Americas Field Division, he also manages the organization’s marine and terrestrial conservation programs and investments in North, Central and South America. With a focus on Amazonia conservation, freshwater protection, marine conservation and sustainable development, the Americans Field Division pursues Conservation International’s mission with a staff of over 200 and an annual budget of US$ 35 million.

Previously, Dr. Troëng served as Senior Vice President a​nd directed Conservation International’s Betty and Gordon Moore Center for Science and Oceans, the organization’s global science engine for conservation and development insights. He has worked on ocean health and development issues for over 25 years — including in Costa Rica, Panama, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Fiji, Australia, Greece, the U.K. and the United States — and has published extensively on marine conservation and the economic benefit of ecosystems.

Dr. Troëng holds a Ph.D. in animal ecology from Lund University in Sweden and a master’s degree in marine environmental protection from University in Wales.​

As the head of the Americas Field Division, he also manages the organization’s marine and terrestrial conservation programs and investments in North, Central and South America. With a focus on Amazonia conservation, freshwater protection, marine conservation and sustainable development, the Americans Field Division pursues Conservation International’s mission with a staff of over 200 and an annual budget of US$ 35 million.

Previously, Dr. Troëng served as Senior Vice President a​nd directed Conservation International’s Betty and Gordon Moore Center for Science and Oceans, the organization’s global science engine for conservation and development insights. He has worked on ocean health and development issues for over 25 years — including in Costa Rica, Panama, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Fiji, Australia, Greece, the U.K. and the United States — and has published extensively on marine conservation and the economic benefit of ecosystems.

Dr. Troëng holds a Ph.D. in animal ecology from Lund University in Sweden and a master’s degree in marine environmental protection from University in Wales.​

Talk to Me About
Adaptation, Marine Conservation, Ocean Governance, Sea Turtles, Spatial Planning-Marine Use, Sustainable Fisheries
Location
U.S. (Arlington)
Languages
English, Spanish, Swedish
My Latest Blogs on Human Nature
6 Signs of Hope For Our Blue World
Jun 08, 2015 | Sebastian Troëng, Ph.D.
World Catching on to Importance of Blue Economy
Feb 17, 2015 | Sebastian Troëng, Ph.D.
Assessing the Health of Brazil’s Ocean
Apr 03, 2014 | Sebastian Troëng, Ph.D.