Natalia Greene is a political scientist with the Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature (GARN). She promoted the recognition of the Rights for Nature in Ecuador’s Constitution and has worked on environmental and Indigenous aspects of the Yasuní-ITT Initiative to keep oil underground in the Amazon. She was previously the president, and is currently the vice president of the Ecuadorian Coordinator of Organizations for the Defense of Nature and the Environment (CEDENMA), a member of GARN’s Executive Committee, coordinator of the GARN’s global team, and secretary of the International Tribunals for the Rights of Nature. She is a consultant for the Sacred Watersheds Initiative and does promotional work for the collective Frente al Ambiente in Ecuador. She has been an expert with the U.N. Harmony with Nature initiative network since 2016.

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