Green Choice by EnvCML

Green Choice by EnvCML

  • Member Since

    Current Employer

    Duoc UC


    Santiago, Region Metropolitana de Santiago, Chile
    Regions of Expertise

    South America

Jean - Philippe Le Moigne

Mr. Jean - Philippe Le Moigne

Ecotourism Professor | Duoc UC

Areas of Expertise

Community Development, Destination Management/Planning, Education and Research, Forestry, Guiding/Interpretation, Indigenous Tourism, Natural Resource Management, Protected Area Management, Wildlife Conservation/Management

Looking For

Consulting Assignments, Media Appearances, Speaking Engagements, Training Programs


Master Development & Management of Tourism in Territories, Forestry Engineer with specialization in Sustainable Tourism & Rural Development, and International Ecotourism. He has training courses in "Environmental services and financing mechanisms for protected areas", "Management of Protected Areas in indigenous territories", "Tourism & Rural Development", "Marketing & Commercialization", and certificate in Wilderness First Responder(WFR).
Professional of Tourism and Environmental Sciences with more than 10 years of experience, working in various fields, highlighting experiences as Director of an Environmental Consultancy, Tourism Guide & Environmental Interpreter, Ecotourism Professor, and participation as consultant in different projects.

As remarkable achievements may be appointed the creation of an environmental consultancy & the development of sustainable projects, working with the private and public sectors.

Professional proactive and committed to sustainable development. Ability to organize and implement projects, excellent training and development of teamwork, leadership and excellent social skills, management of French, English and Spanish languages, orientation to achievements of high exigency, extensive knowledge and expertise in tourism , sustainability, protected areas, rural development, and formal and informal education.

Nowadays, Jean - Philippe Le Moigne works as Ecotourism Professor in Duoc UC – Chile, and as Sustainable Tourism Consultant, being involved in different projects.

Member of:

- The International Ecotourism Society (TIES)

- International Ecotourism Club -

- Coalition Internationale pour un Tourisme Responsable (CITR)

Educational Background

Academic Background

_ Master Development & Management of Tourism in Territories. IREST, Paris I Pantheon - Sorbonne University(2014).

- Forestry Engineer, Universidad Iberoamericana de Ciencias y Tecnología. Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Forestry (2002).

- Certificate in Sustainable Tourism and Rural Development, International Labour Organisation (ILO), International Training Center,  – United Nations –  (2009).   

- Certificate in International Ecotourism, Latin American Institute of Science (ILC), Organization of American States(OAS), (2012)


Professional Development

- Course on Management of Protected Areas in Indigenous Territories, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) – United Nations (2007).

- Course Rural Tourism & Development, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) – United Nations (2007).

- Course Environmental services and financing mechanisms for protected areas. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) - United Nations (2010).

- Course Marketing & Commercialization, Concepción University (2011)

- Internship, Warner College of Natural Resources (WCNR), Center for Protected Area Management and Training (CPAMT), Colorado State University (CSU), USA -Colorado (2012).

- Certification Wilderness First Responder (WFR), National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), Wilderness Medicine Institute (2012).



English: Advanced Level

French: Advanced Level

Spanish: Mother Tongue 


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