Fleur Maseyk, Megan Evans & Martine Maron
Fleur is the Practice Leader—Conservation Science at The Catalyst Group, New Zealand where she blends research and client-based projects, linking science, policy, and on-the-ground actions to solve crunchy resource management problems. Her areas of expertise include biodiversity offsetting, natural capital and ecosystem service approaches to natural resource management, biodiversity policy development, and integrating biodiversity conservation into farm planning processes.
Megan is a Lecturer in Public Sector Management at the University of New South Wales – Canberra, an Honorary Fellow at the University of Queensland, and an Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Research Award (DECRA) Fellow. Her expertise sits broadly within environmental policy, governance and economics, with a particular interest in the use of market-based and financial instruments for biodiversity conservation and climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Martine is a Professor of Environmental Management at The University of Queensland and an Australian Research Council Future Fellow. Her research foci include avian community ecology, conservation ecology, and environmental policy – particularly biodiversity offsets policy. She is Deputy Director of the National Environmental Science Program’s Threatened Species Recovery Hub, Vice-President of BirdLife Australia, a Governor of WWF-Australia and a member of the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists, as well as several governmental and non-governmental organisation advisory bodies.