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Reflections of an African Woman Environmentalist
ABOUT MUSONDA MUMBA
I am a Zambian-born environmentalist, living in Nairobi, Kenya. I have worked within the conservation and environmental fields having started my career in Zambia working at the Environmental Council of Zambia. My environmental career – spanning over 20 years – has taken me to some of the most amazing places around the world. I worked in Switzerland for the Convention on Wetlands (Ramsar) eventually joining The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) at its International headquarters in the same country. I was the first Ted Hollis Scholar at University College London (UCL) where I undertook my PhD in Wetland Ecology and then moving back to WWF in the UK and eventually in Kenya. I have been at UN Environment for 10 years now and currently the head of the agency’s Terrestrial Ecosystems Team. I enjoy what I do, the insight and lessons from my experiences have provided for my everyday living. And as I blog I may share some random thoughts and rantings.
After all we have but ONE PLANET.
Note: These are my personal reflections and don't endorse UN Views.