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Frits Hesselink
HECT Consultancy
Gerard Doustraat 8
3583 SE Utrecht
Tel: ++31 (30) 210-9823

++31 (30) 251-1948
Fax: ++31 (30) 210-9839

Frits Hesselink is a former CEC Chair (1994-2000), co-founder of the Dutch Institute for Environmen-tal Communication, and current executive director of HECT Consultancy, a private company specializing research, advice, meeting management coaching and training in stakeholder manage-ment for sustainable solutions. Frits started his career as a Fellow at the Institute for International Law of the University of Utrecht. He became involved in curriculum development for law and social studies. In 1976 he co-founded the Institute for Environmental Communication in Utrecht, where he has served as Managing Director since 1983. He has been involved in formulation and implementation of the various Dutch National Programs for Environmental Education. Since 1998, he has worked for his own consulting business in the field of environmental education, communication and training. Clients include governments and international organizations in Europe and other parts of the world.

Recent CEC activities include his role as lead author of the CEPA Toolkit for the Convention on Biological Diversity, and launch of a pilot project on intergenerational partnerships for sustainability. He spearheaded a workshop on Environment and Security at the IUCN World Conservation Congress in October 2008, where he received the CEC Chair Distinguished Leadership Award.


Javed Jabbar
IUCN Vice President and Regional Councillor
JJ Media (Pvt) Ltd.
57, St. 21 – off Khayaban-i-Mujahid
DHA, Phase 5
Karachi 75500
Tel: +92 21 534 6513
Fax: +92 21 534 6514

Javed Jabbar is the recipient of a Gold Medal from the Human Rights Society of Pakistan (May 2008) for promoting environmental security. He has written and published ten books comprising a range of subjects and directed several award-winning short films and Pakistan’s first full-length English language feature film “Beyond the last mountain”. In 2008, he wrote and produced a new film for international cinema, “Ramchand Pakistani”, set in an arid ecosystem, which won the International Critics Prize from the International Federation of Film Critics. He devotes most of his working time to voluntary service to more than a dozen public interest organizations including serving as Chair of the Pakistan National Committee for IUCN since 2003. Grassroots development organizations that he has founded and led now work with over 1600 village and urban communities throughout Pakistan. They are directly engaged in water resources management, agriculture, conservation, poverty reduction and female empowerment.

As Federal Minister in three Cabinets of Pakistan, Javed actively supported public policy and program formulation in environmental fields. As a Senator (1985-1991), he was the only Parliamentarian to serve as member of the Steering Committee for the National Conservation Strategy of Pakistan, launched in 1992.

Javed has extensive experience as volunteer head of a member organization of IUCN for over 20 years. He served as Chair of the IUCN Council Task Force on the clarified brand name and new logo (Nov 2007-March 2008). As Chairman of the Pakistan National Committee of IUCN for four years, he helped expand IUCN membership and promoted IUCN’s role. In addition, he attended every IUCN Council meeting and participated actively in all sessions and several teleconferences as Regional Councillor (West Asia) and as the only first-term Councillor elected as one of the four Vice Presidents of IUCN (2005-2008). Javed served as member of Programme Committee and Membership Committee. Between 2005-2008, he attended all Regional Conservation Forums, West Asia and South/East Asia, and facilitated regional issues. He was recently appointed by Council as Regional Vice-Chair West Asia and Middle East (2009-2012) for the IUCN Commission on Education and Communication.

JAIN, Shivani

Shivani Jain
Programme Officer

Centre for Environment Education – Nehru Foundation for Development (CEE)
SASEANEE Secretariat
Thaltej Tekra
Gujarat 380 054

Tel: ++91 (79) 2685-8002-9
Fax: ++91 (79) 2685-8010

Shivani Jain is a Senior Programme Coordinator at the Centre for Environment Education (CEE) in India. She has worked with CEE since 1996. Prior to joining the CEE, Shivani was a postgraduate teacher in biology.

At CEE, Shivani coordinates the Secretariat of South and Southeast Asia Network for Environmental Education (SASEANEE). Between 1996 and 2004 Shivani worked as part of the team responsible for coordinating activities of the IUCN Commission on Education and Communication in Asia. Shivani has coordinated more than 15 international training programs in education for sustainable development (ESD) for in-service professionals.

Since 2003, in addition to coordinating Centre’s initiatives in the field of networking and capacity building, Shivani also has been coordinating its initiatives in the field of Open and Distance Leaning for Sustainable Development as well as Teacher Education. Shivani is involved in strengthening environmental education in teacher education through a national level effort in partnership with the National Council for Teacher Education, Government of India.

In her many roles at the Centre for Environment Education, Shivani has been involved in organizing regional-level meetings, workshops and events on themes relating to environmental education and ESD. She has presented conference papers and articles on Adult Training, on-the-job training, distance education and ESD, Status of Environmental Education in India, and ESD in Asia.

Shivani contributed to the South Asia Environmental Education and Training Action Plan 2002-2007, which was developed by SACEP in partnership with UNEP. She co-authored the South-Asia Status Paper on ESD, which was part of “Reviewing ESD Status in Asia” published by UNESCO in June 2005 as part of the Regional (Asia-Pacific) Strategy for DESD.

Equipped with the international and regional perspectives on ESD, Shivani coordinates the Centre’s Office and activities in Sri Lanka through CEE Sri Lanka. Shivani’s work at the Centre has provided her experiences of working with a number of regional and international agencies including IUCN, UNESCO, UNEP, SACEP, Commonwealth of Learning, Canada, the Commonwealth Secretariat, London, Ramboll Natura, AB, and Sweden.

Shivani graduated from the University of Delhi in 1992 with B.Sc. (Honours) in Botany, and in 1994 received her M.Sc. Ed (Life Science and Education), from the Regional Institute of Education, NCERT, Utkal University. Shivani also holds a post graduate diploma in Ecology and Environment Management from the Indian Institute of Ecology and Environment, New Delhi and is a certified trainer under one of the Training of Trainers conducted by the World Bank.

Mittermeier, Christina

Cristina Mittermeier
Executive Director

International League of Conservation Photographers

+1 703-341-2821



Cristina Mittermeier is Executive Director of the International League of Conservation Photographers (ILCP), a prestigious group of photographers that she founded in 2005. She is also Senior Director Visual Resources for Strategic Communications, Marketing and Branding at Conservation International, in Arlington near Washington D.C., USA.

As a photographer since 1996, Cristina has helped to produce nine books, including a series published with Conservation International and Cemex featuring Megadiversity: Earth's Wealthiest Countries for Biodiversity (1996), Hotspots: Earth's biologically richest and most endangered ecoregions (1998), Wilderness Areas: Earth's Last Wild Places (2002), Wildlife Spectacles (2003), Hotspots Revisited (2005), Transboundary Conservation: A New Vision for Protected Areas (2005), and A Climate for Life (2008). She is co-author of Pantanal: South America’s Wetland Jewel (2005) and The Human Footprint (2006), produced with the Wildlife Conservation Society in New York.

From the popular to the scientific, her work has appeared in major magazines around the world including Nature's Best, Latina, Elan, National Geographic, National Geographic Explorer and American Photo in the United States; Rumbos, Escala and Sale la Foto, in Mexico; Explorador and Terra in Brazil; Man and Biosphere in China, among others.

Cristina serves on the Advisory Board of Nature's Best Foundation, the Chairman’s Council of Conservation International and is a Board Member of the WILD Foundation. She is Assistant Deputy Chair 2009-2012 of IUCN CEC, the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Commission on Education and Communication.

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