Kuxatur Project Coordinator, UNDP
Tiahoga Ruge is Mexican by birth and is a specialist in the subject of Climate Change, Public Policies for Sustainable Development and Environmental Education and Communication.
She currently works in UNDP / Mexico as the Kuxatur Project Coordinator.
She was previously the Representative of Earth Day in Mexico and Coordinator of the activities of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day.
She has studies in Biology, Social Anthropology, Public Policies for Sustainable Development and Film Directing and is fluent in several languages.
Within her work experience, the following positions stand out:
General Coordinator of the Center for Education and Training for Sustainable Development (CECADESU) of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources - SEMARNAT. (2000-2007).
Founding President and General Director of the Center for Environmental Information and Communication of North America - CICEANA (1995-2000).
Founding president of the organization "Amigos de la Biósfera", A.C. (1991-2018).
Winner of the "GLOBAL 500" Prize, International Ecology Prize, granted by the United Nations Environment Program - UNEP (1991).
Winner of the Award “Outstanding Service to Environmental Education for an individual at the global level Award 2005” granted by NAAEE. (North American Association for Environmental Education)
Organización Internacional de Turismo Social
International Organization for Social Tourism