In early March a RIEL team spent a busy, productive week in Indonesia to progress the nascent Rehabilitating Blue Carbon Habitats (RBCH) Program.
Clint has recently joined REIL as a Research Associate to progress a proposed new initiative in establishing a Blue Carbon program of work that has been gradually gathering momentum over the last year or so. The initiative (as it comes to fruition) will be a multi-disciplinary, inter-organisational collaboration focused on implementing Blue Carbon project interventions in the Republic of Indonesia at two preliminary demonstration sites and several reference sites (including Darwin Harbour). Clint has a background in marine science, national/international conservation management, and environmental law/ planning and has worked within government, not for profit/NGO’s, and corporate consulting environments. Clint’s a Kiwi, enjoys his ‘fushing’ (sic) and diving, most sports and is not impartial to a quiet beer.