Jamison Ervin

UNDP’s Nature for Development Programme

Wednesday March the 21st, 06:00 pm

Salotti d’acqua: Aperitif with special guests

Special event subject to admission charge and reservation in advance

Jamison Ervin

Manager of UNDP’s Nature for Development Programme

Jamison Ervin is manager of UNDP’s Nature for Development Programme, which aims to identify and accelerate nature-based solutions to achieve the social and economic dimensions of the Sustainable Development Goals, at both local and national scales. Her current portfolio includes three areas: the Equator Prize; support to national biodiversity planning, reporting; and the New York Declaration on Forests. For nearly 30 years, her career has focused on the intersection of nature and development. She
has worked with UNDP since 2009. Before that, she worked with the World Wide Fund for Nature, The Nature Conservancy, and the Forest Stewardship Council, focusing on how to protect, restore and sustainably manage nature to achieve multiple development dividends. She began her career with the Britain Nepal Medical Trust, focusing on community health and literacy. She has traveled extensively in 75 countries, and has worked directly with more than 100 countries. She has a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology, a Master’s degree in International Administration, and a Ph.D. in Natural Resources

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