PROF. JATNA SUPRIATNA Ph.D.
Professor in Environmental Science and Biology and Director of Research Center for Climate Change, Universitas Indonesia. Member of Indonesia Academy of Science and Member of Board of Trustee of Universitas Indonesia from 2014-2019.
Graduated Doctorate degree (1991) in Biological Anthropology from the University of New Mexico, and post doctoral in Columbia University, USA, then he serves as Senior Lecturer then Professor at the Biology and Environment Graduate Programs at the Universitas Indonesia. He was Country Director, then Vice President at Conservation International for Indonesia Program from 1994-2010. In 2012, he was appointed by Indonesia President to be a member of Indonesia Academy of Science. For his dedication for Conservation and Environment works, he received a distinguished award from his Royal highness Prince Bernhard of the Netherland in 1999 as an Officer of the most Excellence Order of Golden Ark. In 2009, he also received President B.J. Habibie Award for outstanding research on Natural Science. And in 2010, he received Terry MacMannus Award for Linking Conservation and Business Communities from Conservation International in Washington DC. In 2011, he also received Ahmad Bakrie Award for Achievement on developing advance research on biological science. In 2017, he received Lifetime Achievement Award on Biodiversity Conservation from Conservation International. He published 16 books mostly on the Indonesia’s Biodiversity and Environment and more than 80 articles in the reputable international journals mostly on Indonesia’s biodiversity and conservation. He earns one of the top high index researchers at the Universitas Indonesia.