Noah Idechong

noah.idechong@tnc.org

 

 
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Noah’s distinguished career in marine conservation spans three decades. As chief of Palau’s Division of Marine Resources, he helped draft the nation’s first marine conservation legislation. As Founding Director of the Palau Conservation Society, he helped revive traditional conservation practices. As a member of Palau’s House of Delegates, he helped enact Palau’s Protected Areas Network, the Micronesia Challenge, and the world's first Shark Sanctuary. In recognition of his achievements linking marine science, fisheries, and political reform, Noah was awarded the Goldman Environmental Prize. He currently serves as The Nature Conservancy’s Regional Pacific Islands Tuna Program Director. (Interviewed by Manuel Mejia, June 2016.)

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