The Western Australian Biodiveristy Science Institute
Renee is an experienced manager and environmental scientist specialising in ecological restoration, with recent projects showcased at The UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) and UN Biodiversity Conference (COP 15). Working with government, industry and research, Renee collaborates widely to ensure outputs are applied and readily implementable. Her on-ground knowledge, experience in restoration, and understanding of the limitations and challenges currently faced within the sector, assists her to facilitate and coordinate the multi-disciplinary programs of work required to overcome some of the biggest barriers to ecological restoration.
Renee recently led the SER International Principles and Standards for the Ecological Restoration and Recovery of Mine Sites and the Western Australian Restoration Economy project which includes a roadmap to support the growth of the industry to achieve better environmental outcomes for the state.
Renee is a board member for the Society for Ecological Restoration Australasia, sits on the AusIMM Social and Environment Committee, the UWA Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy Advisory Committee as well as the South West Biodiversity Partnership.