Kristian Teleki

Chief Executive Officer, Fauna & Flora International

Kristian spent the last two decades working with both community leaders and at the highest levels of policy, science, environment, sustainability and development and business, as well as building and leading innovative partnerships, and initiatives to improve the state of our planet. Most recently, in addition to his role as the global director of the Ocean Programme at the World Resources Institute, Kristian led the Ocean Action Agenda and Friends of Ocean Action for the World Economic Forum, and headed the Secretariat of the High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy with 17 serving heads of state and government. Kristian serves on the boards of a number of environmental, development and social initiatives, and has degrees from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and Cambridge University. In July 2023 Kristian became the CEO of Fauna & Flora.

Últimos Artículos

Naturaleza y Biodiversidad

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Foro Institucional

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25 may 2021
Naturaleza y Biodiversidad

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06 feb 2021

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