Anji is a Remote Sensing Technologist at the Center for Conservation Innovations. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Geodetic Engineering at the University of the Philippines, Diliman in 2009 and Master’s degree in Conservation Leadership from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom in 2016. She has worked on forest cover and biomass mapping using Remote Sensing and GIS technology as part of the REDD+ Readiness Phase in the Philippines since 2012. Since then, she has been involved in various other projects including mapping high conservation value areas, habitat mapping for biodiversity conservation and mangroves forest mapping. Aside from her mapping expertise, Anji is also a keen on pursuing Creation Care conservation. She is currently an active volunteer in Christians-in-Conservation. As a Christian, she believes that we are all called to be good stewards of nature and that everybody has a role to care for God’s creation. She envisions to be part of the positive force that inspires others to see nature in the same light.
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