Guy is an ecologist with more than fifteen years’ experience in biodiversity related aspects of environmental impact assessment and due diligence. Guy works in both technical delivery, project management and policy conception for biodiversity mitigation, habitat quality assessment and ecosystem conservation.
Guy’s projects have taken him throughout Australia and Asia-Pacific, including Myanmar, Vietnam, China, Cambodia, Lao, Thailand, Philippines, and Papua New Guinea. He has led and been involved in reviewing projects and program against IFC Performance Standards, the Equator Principles, and various voluntary climate change and product stewardship standards. His sector experience includes infrastructure (transport, power, and property), mining (quarry, open cut and artisanal), oil and gas, and agro-forestry (sugar, oil palm, coffee, timber).
Guy’s work has included the design, management and delivery of impact assessments for a range of terrestrial and marine environments. Recent marine project experience has included ecological investigation and supporting lender and regulatory approvals associated with exploration, production and pipeline facilities for offshore oil and gas activity in Vietnam, Myanmar and Papua New Guinea.
In addition to TBC projects, Guy is currently working on a field guide for the Primates of Indo-China and serves as a commission member for the IUCN – Commission for Ecosystem Management and Species Survival Commission. Guy maintains an ongoing research interest in modelling habitat use in primates, community lead forest conservation, and the use of film, storytelling and digital media to support effective conservation strategies.