Sir Graham Wynne
Graham Wynne joined the RSPB in 1987, having spent 15 years as a planner in London, principally concerned with inner city regeneration. He became Director of Conservation for the RSPB in 1989 and was appointed Chief Executive in 1998. Graham is a member of the UK Climate Change Adaptation Committee; and of England's Wildlife Network Review Panel. He was a member the Foresight Land Use Futures High Level Group, of the Policy Commission on the Future of Farming and Food, and of the Sustainable Development Commission. He is also a Council member of BirdLife International, a global partnership of conservation organisations.
EU Heads of State have signed up to the target of not just halting the loss of biodiversity and the degradation of ecosystem services in the EU by 2020, but also restoring them. How will the Birds and Habitats Directives help us meet this target, in the middle of not just a biodiversity crisis, but also economic and climate change crises?