WWF-Hong Kong appoints Dr. Bosco Chan as Director, Conservation
Prior to joining WWF, Dr. Chan served Kadoorie Farm & Botanic Garden (KFBG) from 2001 to 2022 to lead the Kadoorie Conservation China Department. Dr. Chan has extensive experience in strategic conservation planning and he has been leading protected area management in Mainland China for decades. He spearheaded the conservation work on the Hainan Gibbon since 2003 and was invited to be the Deputy Director of Yinggeling National Nature Reserve since 2006 for over 10 years. Dr. Chan has published over 90 peer-reviewed scientific papers, covering various areas including biodiversity survey, conservation and status review of endangered species, ecological and taxonomic research.
Dan Bradshaw, Chairman of WWF-Hong Kong said, “After an extensive search over the last few months, I’m delighted to announce the appointment of Dr. Bosco Chan as our Director, Conservation. This role is critical in driving forward-looking conservation strategies, developing and implementing our key conservation initiatives and ensuring integration and alignment across WWF-Hong Kong to achieve conservation impact locally and globally.”
Nicole Wong, CEO of WWF-Hong Kong said, “We are fortunate to have Dr. Chan joining our team in this critical time. Dr. Chan has track record of success leading conservation projects in both Hong Kong and Mainland China. He will bring great value to the team and share a new perspective to drive greater conservation impact.”
Dr. Bosco Chan, Director, Conservation of WWF-Hong Kong said, “I am very excited to join WWF and contribute my knowledge and experience to the team. We are at a challenging time to save nature, fight climate change and conserve the world for our next generations. Collaborative actions are needed more than ever. I look forward to working with the team to achieve our conservation goals and safeguard the unique biodiversity of Hong Kong and Greater Bay Area.”