Justina Ray

Wildlife Conservation Society Canada

President and Senior Scientist, Wildlife Conservation Society Canada, wildlife ecologist and conservation biologistDr. Justina Ray has led the Wildlife Conservation Society Canada since its incorporation in 2004. A wildlife biologist by training, Dr. Ray is involved in research and policy for conservation planning in northern landscapes, with a focus on large mammals. She has served on numerous government-led advisory panels related to policy development for species at risk and land use planning in Canada. She is Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto and Trent University, and Research Associate at the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation Biology at the Royal Ontario Museum.

My Sessions

Cool Forests and SDGs – Keynotes

Oval Room

Framing under SDGs. How forests are contributing to SDGs and how they should be integrated, value of intact forests?