Thomas E Lovejoy

Claude Martin has been engaged in tropical rainforest conservation since the 1970s and served as director general of WWF International from 1993-2005 where he pioneered rainforest conservation partnerships in all tropical rainforest regions. He brings his wealth of experience as an ecologist, director of the WWF, and advisor to various conservation organizations to bear on the latest research from around the world. Contributions from eight leading experts provide additional insight.

Thomas E. Lovejoy is the former director of the U.S. conservation program of the WWF, chief biodiversity adviser to the World Bank and assistant secretary for Environment and External Affairs, Smithsonian Institution. Lovejoy is a professor of environmental science and policy at George Mason University.