Ignace Schops

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Ignace Schops was born on 1964 in Heusden-Zolder, Belgium, is a director of Regionaal Landschap Kempen en Maasland nl. Discover Ignace Schops’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Occupationdirector of Regionaal Landschap Kempen en Maasland nl
Age56 years old
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BirthplaceHeusden-Zolder, Belgium
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Ignace Schops Net Worth

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Timeline of Ignace Schops

2019

In 2019 his organization RLKM was awarded by the Flemish Parliament with the “Golden Honorary Award” (Gouden Erepenning) for longlasting outstanding environmental achievements – https://www.vlaamsparlement.be/plenaire-vergaderingen/1297912/verslag/1298920

2017

In 2017 he was selected in the top 25 of most influential Belgians in the world by Charlie Magazine (13th place) – https://charliemag.be/wereld/charlies-top-25/

2014

Ignace Schops is one of the initiators of the “KLIMAATZAAK” (2014), a climate court case against the Belgian Governments (4) for not fulfilling their climate obligations – https://www.klimaatzaak.eu

2013

In June 2013 he became part of the Climate Leadership Corps of Al Gore.

In November 2013 Ignace Schops was decorated by the Belgian King Filip as Commander of the Order of the Crown.

Schops is often asked as a keynote speaker for international conferences. He gave presentations at: Earth Summit Rio +20 – Brazil; World Conservation Congress (WCC) IUCN Jeju, South Korea; Change nation in Ireland; World Exhibition Shanghai in China; World Nature Summit – Convention on Biological Diversity, World Nature Summit, Nagoya, Japan; World Congress Ashoka, Paris on social entrepreneurship; International Conferences at EU level.

2012

Schops is author and co-author of several books and articles on herpetology, nature conservation, landscaping, social entrepreneurship, sustainable tourism, etc. Related to and launched at the UN Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro 2012 he was selected to write contribution in the book Green Growth and travelism, Letters from leaders.

2011

Due to his international work on biodiversity and social entrepreneurship he became Honorary Doctor for the University of Hasselt in 2011.

2008

Schops was awarded the Goldman Environmental Prize, better known as the Green Nobel Prize in 2008, for his contributions to the establishment of the Hoge Kempen National Park, the first National Park of Belgium.

Later that year (2008) he was selected as Ashoka fellow, world-leading social entrepreneur. In 2010 he became one of the eight global ambassadors for the IUCN countdown 2010 initiative.

1964

Ignace Schops (born 1964) is a Belgian environmentalist, a biodiversity, landscaping & herpetology expert. He is Director of the Belgian NGO Regionaal Landschap Kempen en Maasland (RLKM), President of the largest network on the natural heritage in Europe, EUROPARC federation; and full member of the EU chapter of Club of Rome.