Wen Bo graduated from Zhongnan University in 1994, earned his second B.A. at China School of Journalism in 1996, and later his master's degree in international relations at KDI School of International Policy and Management in South Korea. He was a journalist at China Environment News from 1996 to 1998, and studied for certificate courses at the Center for Environment Education in India and United Nations University in Japan. He attended a six-month visiting program with National Committee on US-China Relations in the U.S. in 1998. In 2000, he helped set up a Greenpeace office in Beijing, and has served as China Coodinator for the Global Greengrants Fund and as China Program Director at Pacific Environment.
Wen Bo was an Asia 21 Young Leaders Fellow from 2007-2008 he was awarded a PEW Fellow in Marine Conservation from 2009-2011, and a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader Honoree 2009. Currently he is a member of the China Advisory Board of the Global Greengrants Fund.
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