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Pippa Heylings - CCD Policy and Planning Lead

Pippa Heylings

With 20 years of experience in facilitation, moderation and conflict management, Pippa has worked in Zanzibar and Mauritania, Turkey, Cuba, Nicaragua and Ecuador. Expert on governance of natural resources, she led the course Governance Assessment of Protected Areas during the 2002 World Congress of Protected Areas in Durban.

She served as facilitator during the creation of the Galapagos Islands Marine Reserve (Ecuador) and its Management Plan. Since 2006, she worked in Fundacion Futuro Latinoamericano (FFLA), an organization dedicated to collaborative dialogue and conflict transformation towards sustainable development, as Director of Strategic Initiatives, and later as Executive Director (2009-2012). From 2010, she was Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean of the Climate Development Knowledge Network (CDKN), and in 2015 became the Lead for Policy and Practice.

Pippa holds a masters degree on environmental education from Rhodes University and has written several articles and publications about governance and conflict management.

Pippa Heylings's content

FEATURE: How to enthrall – and how to drive change: CDKN Knowledge Lab in Colombia

Claudia Martinez and Pippa Heylings report on CDKN’s Knowledge Lab in Colombia this week. The lab was organised to innovate new ideas for communicating climate change and galvanising public action. [more]…

OPINION: Clarifying intent - Key principles for preparing INDCs

Ali Cambray, Kiran Sura and Pippa Heylings of CDKN assess some of the key requirements for Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs), which are to be debated at the UNFCCC's COP20 in Lima next month. [more]…

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