Ding Li Yong

Advocacy and Policy Manager (Asia)
, BirdLife International
Profile / Bio: 

Dr. Ding Li Yong is passionate about biodiversity (especially migratory species, wetlands and rainforests) and its protection, and how conservation practice can be reconciled with human development. He works with culturally diverse teams across Asia to create, drive, and scale-up projects that protect ecosystems and species, including some of the world’s most threatened wildlife. He has 15 years of experience in biodiversity science and environmental policy, and have worked with many Asia-based and international organisations, including the Asian Development Bank, IUCN, the Arctic Council, the Bonn Convention and the Convention on Biological Diversity, and National Governments. Ding Li strongly believes in the power of international cooperation in tackling complex environmental problems, against a foundation of locally-driven environmental initiatives.  
He has written widely on biodiversity and species conservation in the Asia-Pacific, including six books and more than 50 peer-reviewed papers. He is also a self-taught artist who has illustrated many books and articles.

Materials

Title Date Learning Materials Topic
Regional Flyway Initiative Priority Site Selection Process: A Focus on Cambodia 13 September 2023 Slides Environment
ការជ្រើសរើសទីតាំងអាទិភាពនៃគំនិតផ្តួចផ្តើមផ្លូវហោះហើរក្នុងតំបន់៖ ការផ្តោតលើប្រទេសកម្ពុជា 13 September 2023 Slides Environment
RFI Site Selection Process in the Philippines 27 June 2023 Slides Agriculture and Natural Resources, Climate Change, Environment, Regional Cooperation and Integration
Evidence-based action (Part 2): Taking stock of the threats faced by migratory waterbirds and coastal wetlands 06 January 2022 Slides Agriculture and Natural Resources, Climate Change, Environment, Knowledge Management, Regional Cooperation and Integration