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Speakers of 1st WLCF
Here are the speakers of The 1st World Leaders' Conservation Forum.
  • NameJae C. CHOE
  • NationalityRepublic of Korea
  • OrganizationNational Institute of Ecology (NIE)
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Professional Background

2013.07~2014.07 One of the first members of the Presidential Committee for National Cohesion (PCNC)
2013.10~ The 1st President of the National Institute of Ecology Head of Research Institute for Ecoscience, Ewha Womans University Director of Natural History Museum, Ewha Womans University
2007.03 Co-President of the Korean Federation for Environmental Movement
2006 Vice-President of the National Institute of Ecology
2006~ Chair professor, Department of Natural Sciences, College of Natural Sciences, Ewha Womans University
2004 Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, College of Natural Sciences, Seoul National University

Education

Ph.D. in Biology, Harvard University
Master’s degree in Biology, Harvard University
Master’s degree in Ecology, Pennsylvania State University
Bachelor’s degree in Zoology, Seoul National University
Kyungbock High School

Introduction of the Organization

The National Institute of Ecology (NIE) is a facility for ecological research, exhibitions, and education, allowing visitors to learn about five major climate types?tropical, desert, mediterranean, temperate and polar?as well as the ecology of the Korean Peninsula. NIE also offers visitors a glimpse into a wide range of animals and plants inhabiting those areas.

Committed to contributing to environmental preservation and raising environmental awareness, NIE offers various opportunities for the public to experience and learn about ecology while leading domestic and overseas research in this field as a way to increase the national competitiveness.
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