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Eugenie Regan

Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool Manager | Business and Biodiversity

Eugenie manages the Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool on behalf of BirdLife International, Conservation International, International Union for Conservation of Nature, and UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre.

Previous experience & expertise

Eugenie has wide expertise in biodiversity conservation with a particular focus on data, monitoring, indicators and accounting, the application of science to policy and decision-making, and connecting biodiversity data providers with end users. She has worked in the private sector, for government, and for international NGOs at the local, national, and international level.

Eugenie has developed and managed projects with The Biodiversity Consultancy, United Nations Environment Programme, and the European Commission, amongst others, in Europe, Africa, and Asia and played leadership roles in the Global Biodiversity Observation Network, the European Biodiversity Observation Network, the Biodiversity Indicators Partnership, and Butterfly International. Her expertise ranges from wetland ecology, entomology, and international policy to biodiversity data management, monitoring, and metrics.

Recent work by Eugenie Regan

Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool (IBAT) |

IBAT is a central database for globally recognized biodiversity information including Key Biodiversity Areas and Legally Protected Areas.  It is a partnership among BirdLife International, Conservation International, International Union for Conservation of Nature, and UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre. IBAT helps businesses incorporate biodiversity considerations into key project planning and management decisions, including screening potential investments, siting an operation in a given region, developing action plans to manage for biodiversity impacts, assessing risks associated with potential sourcing regions, and reporting on corporate biodiversity performance. IBAT subscribers include Shell, Chevron, The World Bank, Credit Suisse, and Mitsubishi Corporation.