"Natalia Greene, born in Ecuador, coordinates the program on “Political Plurinationality and the Rights of Nature” at the Fundación Pachamama in Ecuador and is the President of CEDENMA, Ecuador’s national coordinating entity for environmental NGOs. A graduate in political science from Hampshire College, she holds a master’s degree from FLACSO Ecuador and a special degree from Andina University on climate change. She was a key figure in the effort to include the recognition of rights for nature in Ecuador’s constitution and has worked on the environmental and indigenous rights aspects of the Yasuní-ITT Initiative to keep oil underground in the Amazon." 
- International Advisory Board, Women’s Earth and Climate Caucus
- Executive committee, Global Alliance for Rights of Nature
Resources and articles
- Women’s Earth and Climate Caucus International Advisory Board, organizational web page, accessed December 21, 2013.