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Name Country of Residence Title / CompanyExperienceCCNet Certified CoachTeaching Adaptive ManagementCoP - Indigenous CS ProjectsLanguage(s)Avail. to coach in other countries  
Chen, ShuyinPeople's Republic of ChinaTNC    Mandarin, English Contact 
Chen, JingPeople's Republic of ChinaProgram Manager. Traffic – WWF China      Contact 
Chu, ClarusPeople's Republic of ChinaWWF    Mandarin, English Contact 
Chueng (Mr.), CWPeople's Republic of ChinaHead of Footprint – WWF Hong KongCoach Trainer   Mandarin, English Contact 
Cornish (Mr.), AndyPeople's Republic of ChinaDirector, Conservation – WWF Hong Kong        
Durnin, MattPeople's Republic of ChinaRegional Conservation Scientist – Independent ConsultantCoach Trainer   English, ChineseYesContact 
Dutton, IanUnited StatesPrincipal – Nautilus Impact InvestingCoach Trainer   English, IndonesianYesContact 
Fei, LENG (Ms.)People's Republic of ChinaProgramme Coordinator – WWF China    Mandarin, English Contact 
Guangzhi, LucyPeople's Republic of ChinaPaulson Institute    Mandarin, English Contact 
Lasch, CristinaMexicoConservation Planning & Adaptation Lead & CCNet Technical Coordinator – TNCCoach Trainer   Spanish Contact 
Leung, Yamme  (Mr.)People's Republic of ChinaEducation Manager – WWF Hong Kong    Mandarin, English Contact 
Liu, YingPeople's Republic of ChinaManager of Conservation Strategy, Chief Programme Officer office – WWF ChinaCoach in Training     Contact 
Liu, DachangPeople's Republic of ChinaConservation Measures Manager – SEE Conservation    Mandarin, English Contact 
Lo, CherylPeople's Republic of ChinaMaster's student Blavatnik School of Government – University of Oxford    Mandarin, English Contact 
Long, YonchengPeople's Republic of ChinaConservation Measures Manager – Independent Consultant    Mandarin, English Contact 
Luo, YongmeiPeople's Republic of ChinaTNCCoach   Mandarin Contact 
Morrison, JohnUnited StatesManager, Conservation Planning & Measures; Coordinator-CCNet – WWF USCoach TrainerYes  English Contact 
Nan, ZengPeople's Republic of ChinaIndependent consultant      Contact 
Qing, LiuPeople's Republic of ChinaMarine Project Associate Officer – TNCCoach     Contact 
Qiong, WUPeople's Republic of ChinaProgram Officer, Governance – WWF China      Contact 
Song, LiuPeople's Republic of ChinaSenior Program Officer, Water – WWF China      Contact 
Tong, JinPeople's Republic of ChinaConservation Scientist – TNC, ChinaCoach Trainer   Mandarin, English Contact 
Wang, YitingPeople's Republic of ChinaWWFCoach   Mandarin Contact 
Wang, QianPeople's Republic of ChinaDirector/Deputy Practice Head, Freshwater Practice – WWF ChinaCoach     Contact 
Wen, Xianji  (Mr.)People's Republic of ChinaConservation Manager, South China Wetlands – WWF Hong Kong    Mandarin, English Contact 
Yan, Zhang (Mr.)People's Republic of ChinaIUCN    Mandarin, English Contact 
Yang, BoPeople's Republic of ChinaWetland Project Officer – TNCCoach Trainer   Mandarin, English Contact 
Yuqi, HAOPeople's Republic of ChinaProgram Officer, Wildlife (AHEC) – WWF China      Contact 

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CCNet maintains a variety of resources to support Coaches in the presentation and use of the Conservation Standards. Most of the resources are found in multiple languages in the Coaches Notebook that is part of CCNet New Coach Trainings. In addition, in our Resource Library you can find a wealth of support materials shared by Coaches and Conservation Standards practitioners.

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