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Leaders' Dialogues

Leaders' Dialogue 3 (16:00 - 17:30, Tamna Hall A)


Emerging conservation and community leaders will be involved in discussion striving to create more sustainable future to empower and engage with next generations.

  • NamePaul Rose
  • NationalityUnited Kingdom
  • OrganizationNational Geographic
  • TitleExpedition Leader

Professional Background

-2014-Present Expedition Leader for Pristine Seas (National Geographic)
-2010-Present Vice President (Royal Geographical Society)
-2004-Present Presenter (BBC)
-1989-Present Consultant (Impact International)
-1992-2002 Base Commander (British Antarctic Survey)


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Introduction of the Organization

The National Geographic Society is a nonprofit scientific and educational organization that pushes the boundaries of exploration to further our understanding of our planet and empower us all to generate solutions for a more sustainable future.
For 130 years, they have funded groundbreaking scientists and explorers and shared their findings with the world. they sponsored Hiram Bingham as he brought back stories from Machu Picchu, documented Robert Ballard’s quest to find the Titanic, and supported Jane Goodall’s study of chimpanzee behavior.
Their explorers continue to push the boundaries of knowledge. To date, we’ve given out more than 13,000 grants to scientists and conservationists whose work is making a significant difference in the world. They support critical projects like the Big Cats Initiative, which has helped stop more than 2,600 big cat mortalities in the wild, and the Pristine Seas project, which has helped protect more than 5.2 million square kilometers of the ocean’s last wild places.

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