Landscapes / Regions
Director of the International Forests and Climate Program, ARCS
She is Chair of Gondwanalink Ltd, and a member of the Board of the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative - organisations that provide leadership for two of the world’s foremost ecological connectivity protection and restoration initiatives - in the south of Western Australia and along the eastern seaboard of Australia, respectively. Read More
She is a past president of the Australian Committee of IUCN and supports a number of IUCN global initiatives, including as a member of the IUCN Task Force on primary forests and intact forest landscapes.
She has led innovative nature conservation programs in Australia and was awarded the Wild Magazine ‘Environmentalist of the Year’ in 2001 for her work to protect Australia’s forests and recognized as one of 20 global visionaries by the Wild Foundation in 2010 for her work pioneering connectivity conservation programs in Australia.
Specialist, Australian rangeland and grazing ecology
In his home state of Western Australia Peter recognises that a few independent initiatives with long-term persistence continue to yield the most remarkable outback stewardship successes of our time. Working with other specialists, pastoralists, traditional owners, innovative land users and reserve managers, in state, national programs & international projects, Peter has come to value old and new ways of appreciating and understanding these landscapes.
Wilderness Economics, Restoration Agriculture & Pastoralism
Wildlife & Evolution Program
Charles 'Chip' Barber
Senior Global Biodiversity Adviser, World Resources Institute
Chip worked as a consultant with a wide variety of organizations including the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, UN University, NRDC, IUCN, IFC, UNDP, UNEP, and The Nature Conservancy.
Chip received his B.A. in Legal Studies from the University of Massachusetts, his M.A. in Asian Studies, J.D., and Ph.D. in Jurisprudence and Social Policy from the University of California at Berkeley. He is fluent in Bahasa Indonesia.
Film & Documentary Maker
Film & Documentary Maker
OUR COMMUNITY WELLBEING WORKING GROUPS
Key interests: Social Justice & DevelopmentRead More
Key interests: Astronomy & community educationRead More
Key interests: Social Determinants of Health & WellbeingRead More
Key interests: Local Indigenous Health & WellbeingRead More
FOREVER WILD STAFF
If you meet Fiachra note that he (like Neil Macleod) loves a good cuppa. He is fascinated by invertebrates and space.
Bio-economic Modeler / Agricultural EconomistRead More
If you meet Neil note that he loves drinking tea and having a chat about Australian and African landscapes
Programs OfficerRead More
Colin can spin a tall yarn in a deadpan manner, so be warned.
Finance & Admin ManagerRead More
As seems to the be the growing norm in Forever Wild, Bev consumes extraordinary quantities of tea - super strength, nothing added.