Shaun Martin

Roles at NAAEE:

ee360 Advisor

Shaun Martin is senior director for climate change adaptation and resilience at World Wildlife Fund and has more than 20 years’ experience in capacity building, training, and leadership development. In his current role, he helps influence conservation and development policy and practice by bringing climate change and ecological dimensions into the broader resilience discussions. He also provides guidance to WWF programs on becoming "climate-smart," making sure they are prepared to address the inevitable consequences of climate change and their effects on biodiversity, people and the ecosystem services they rely upon. He has designed and delivered training on climate change and adaptation, now available on, to more than 1500 people across the globe, including WWF staff and others from development NGOs, government ministries, universities, city planners, UN agencies, the Asian Development Bank, GIZ, and USAID. Shaun has a Bachelor's degree in chemistry and a Master's degree in social and economic development from the University of Pittsburgh. In addition to serving as an advisor to ee360, Shaun is also a member of the boards of directors for the School for Field Studies and the Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders program, and serves on the technical reference group on ecosystem-based adaptation for the Convention on Biological Diversity.