President of the Board of Directors. A lawyer specializing in Environmental Law, he has postgraduate degrees in environmental impact assessment, international legislation for environmental protection and mediation in environmental conflicts, among others.
I aspire to work towards goals that mirror my personal ethics and values. I identify with the vision and challenges that arise in my work with FLC. Most of my work focuses on environmental education, as I believe this field to be crucial to stimulate awareness among children, the torchbearers for a kinder future.
MSc. In Biological Sciences from the University of the Republic of Uruguay (UDELAR). He specialises in ecology applied to birdlife conservation, particularly in agricultural systems and cultural landscapes. A professor and researcher for CURE /UDELAR). Technical advisor to the NGO Aves Uruguay, and local representative for BirdLife International.
With a Master’s Degree in Environmental Law and a Professor of Politics and Environmental Law, her work currently focuses on the implementation of sustainable strategies within the private and public sectors, and on promoting sustainability in several areas of action through a specialised consulting firm, SEA (Sustainability in Action).
A long-time activist in environmental issues, she finds at FLC several areas for action that reflect her goal of furthering conservation and education for a better world. Her work focuses on communications and coordinating awareness raising actions such as beach and lagoon clean-ups, and teaming up with other NGOs in activities that are relevant to FLC objectives.
MSc. in Biological Sciences from the University of the Republic, Uruguay (UDELAR). In recent years she has focused on the conservation of biodiversity and the management of natural areas, and on the design of strategies to promote sustainable local development, through the participation of local communities and inter-institutional coordination. Currently focused on project development.
Oceanographer / MSc. in Environmental Sciences. Professor at the Interdisciplinary Coastal Management Center MCISur / Eastern Campus – Rocha / UDELAR. General Coordinator for the Master’s Degree in Integrated Coastal Management of the Southern Cone. He currently focuses on the integration of coastal geomorphology and dynamics with the ecological knowledge of local populations from the Integrated Coastal Management viewpoint.
BsC in Biological Oceanography and PhD in Aquatic Ecology, specializing in the ecology of coastal lagoons and integrated coastal management. Senior lecturer and Level II researcher at the National Researcher System of ANII, and Level One researcher for PEDECIBA. Coordinator of the Interdisciplinary Center for Integrated Coastal Management of the Southern Cone.
A programmer by profession, he is also a tourist operator in La Paloma, Rocha. He lived for many years on the Laguna de Rocha coast and was an early member of the original FLC team. He continues to participate actively in our projects, workshops and actions.
A biologist, she specialises in aquatic ecology and environmental planning. She works in research applied to protected area management in interdisciplinary teams.
A resident of the Laguna de Rocha area who is passionate about landscape protection. Her focus is mainly on education. A member of the Advisory Committee of the Laguna de Rocha Protected Area on behalf of FLC.
Director of the Rocha campus of CURE/University of the Republic, he has worked in biodiversity conservation and sustainable development in the eastern region of Uruguay since 1993 (Probides). From 2009 until 2014 he worked for the National Protected Area System (SNAP) with focus on Laguna de Rocha, serving as the area Acting Director for 3 years.