Director Omora Ethnobotanical Park, Cape Horn, 2000. Member of Ecological Society Chile, Ecological Society of America, International Environmental Ethics.
Ricardo Rozzi, Chilean philosopher, ecologist. Achievements include invention of Tourism with a Hand-lens; development of Field Environmental Philosophy; development of Ecological Inquiry in the Everyday Environment - Chilean Ministry of Education. Recipient National prize, National Science Foundation, Chile, 2004, Science and Practice award, Ecology and Society Journal, 2008.
Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences Ecology, University Católica, Santiago, Chile, 1985. Master of Science in Biological Sciences Ecology, University Chile, Santiago, 1990. Master of Arts in Philosophy, University Connecticut, Storrs, 1998.
Doctor of Philosophy in Ecology, University Connecticut, Storrs, 2001.
Associate professor University North Texas, Denton, since 2004. Adjunct researcher Institute Ecology and Biodiversity, Santiago, Chile. Researcher University Magallanes, Punta Arenas, Chile.
Republican for S. American International Society Environmental Ethics, since 1998. Co-founder biocultural conservation, environmental ethics, and ecotourism graduate program University Magallanes, Punta Arenas, Chile, since 2003. President Science Committee Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve, Punta Arenas, Chile, since 2005.