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Peter Houlihan

Vice President, Biodiversity & Conservation, XPrize Foundation

Peter Houlihan is executive vice president of biodiversity and conservation at XPRIZE Foundation, overseeing XPRIZE Rainforest and developing work on coral reef restoration and combating wildfires. A scientist, educator, and photographer, he also plans and leads interdisciplinary scientific and media expeditions in understudied and threatened rainforests, having led more than 50 in 25 countries, as well as managing long-term conservation programs. Houlihan is a visiting assistant professor at UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, in the Center for Tropical Research and its Congo Basin Institute, and an adjunct professor of environmental science and policy at Johns Hopkins University, instructing graduate-level field courses in tropical ecology and conservation. He is a National Geographic Explorer, photographer with National Geographic Image Collection, and NatGeo Expeditions expert. all over the world for conservation. Regularly operating in 25 countries across Africa, the Americas, and Asia, Peter is passionate about working with local scientists and communities, and inspiring others to learn about our natural world. He has lived and worked extensively throughout the tropics, where he has led more than 50 large scale expeditions and particularly in Borneo, Madagascar, the Amazon, Central America, and the Congo Basin.

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