Philip Lu

Philip Lu

Landscape Conservation Coordinator
Department
Landscape Conservation
Locations
Washington, DC

Phil is responsible for projects related to wildlife conservation, low-impact renewable energy development, and climate adaptation. He provides policy analysis, research, Geographic Information System support, and budget review for Defenders’ Landscape Conservation department.

Prior to arriving at Defenders of Wildlife, Phil served as a Directorate Resource Assistant Fellow at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service where he worked on urban affairs in the National Wildlife Refuge System. In this role, he developed urban wildlife refuge strategic planning, acted as a liaison between the Service, partners and municipal governments, and updated monitoring and evaluation tools for the Urban Wildlife Conservation Program. He holds a Master of Public Administration from Columbia University, a Master in Public Policy from the National University of Singapore, and a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Brandeis University.

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