Uli Graebener (MSc. Biology)

 

Since 2019

 

Manager agrum

Since 2019

 

Executive Director of the Center on Biosphere Reserve Management, University of Applied Sciences for Sustainable Development Eberswalde (HNEE)

 

2015-2019

 

CEO, Michael Succow Foundation, Greifswald

 

2010-2015

 

WWF Germany, Director Monitoring and Evaluation

 

2005-2009

 

WWF Germany, (Senior) Manager "Program Financing", Project development

 

1999-2004

UNESCO Moscow Office: Responsible Program Specialist for Science

 

1999

University of Marburg, Chair for Nature Conservation: Scientific project coordinator, 

1998 - 1999

Robert Bosch Foundation: Scholarship “Post graduated programme for International Affairs”

 

 

Freelancing / Consultancy work:

2017

For GIZ and KfW: Moderation of workshops on the UNESCO ‘Man and the Biosphere’ Programme in Georgia and Armenia;

2012

For IUCN: World Heritage Expert to a workshop initiating the nomination of the Daurian steps, Chita, Russia for UNESCO World Heritage;

2004

For the German Bundesamt für Naturschutz (BfN): Organization of training seminars for nature conservation specialists of the Caucasus on sustainable use of natural resources;

2000

For the German NGO Naturschutzbund (NABU): Study „Meadowland conservation through extensive beef breeding”;

1996-2000

Several short term expert missions to Great Britain, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan and the Russian Federation for: UNESCO, German Society for technical Cooperation (GTZ), German Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN), Naturschutz¬bund Deutschland (NABU), and the Technical University, Berlin.

 

Fields of work: Support to several UNESCO World Heritage nominations, advise to the implementation of the UNESCO MAB-Programme, tasks contributing to the improvement of international understanding, translations (Russian, English, German).