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Tsering Norbu participates in the Kinship Conservation Fellows program in USA


By pendeba - Posted on 07 July 2014

Kinship Conservation Fellows is a ground-breaking environmental leadership program that emphasizes market-based solutions to environmental problems. Kinship’s dynamic global network of 191 Fellows in 47 countries and 6 continents is collaborative, entrepreneurial, and dedicated to effective conservation.

Mr Tsering Norbu, Executive Director of the Pendeba Society is selected as one the 18 Kinship Conservation Fellows this year, where along other fellows from 10 countries, he traveled to Bellinghan, Washington, USA for a month-long fellowship exploring market-based approaches to environmental issues. 

Kinship Conservation Fellows are mid-career practitioners with an interest in market-based conservation principles and a demonstrated commitment to leadership. From June 29 to July 30, the 2014 cohort of Fellows will take part in an exceptional learning community that prepares them to successfully implement innovative strategies in the field.