Carbon Forestry 2022 Livestream
Tuesday 9 August 2022 | 12.20pm - 5.15pm (NZST)
Wednesday 10 August 2022 | 8.00am - 12.55pm (NZST)
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New Forests, Australia
David Brand founded New Forests in 2005 and leads the company’s investment programs as Chief Executive Officer. David has over 40 years’ experience in forestry investment, forest management, science, and public policy. David is dedicated to innovative, responsible investment strategies in the forest sector and associated assets, including infrastructure, wood processing, and environmental markets.
General Manager, Emissions Budgets, Adaptation, and Markets,
Climate Change Commission
Within the Climate Change Commission, Stephen is responsible for the delivery of our advice to Government. In his public service career, Stephen has been fortunate enough to be able to contribute to a number of key pieces of New Zealand's climate change architecture.
Director, Forestry & Land Management,
Te Uru Rākau – New Zealand Forest Service
Oliver has responsibility for the operation of the Emissions Trading Scheme for Forestry, the National Environmental Standards for Plantation Forestry and administration of the Forests Act. He works regularly with foresters and processors, e-NGOs, councils and landowners to facilitate better environmental and productive land-use outcomes with a strong focus on afforestation options for highly erodible land.
Head of Natural Capital,
Dana Muir is Head of Natural Capital at BNZ. She is passionately focussed on supporting NZ farmers and growers as they shape the future of NZ agribusiness, particularly as they continuously evolve their sustainability credentials.
Colin joined Drylandcarbon in 2019 having previously spent 7 years leading teams across the energy and logistics sectors in New Zealand and the UK. Drylandcarbon was successfully fully committed in early 2022 and Colin has now moved to Lewis Tucker who have established a second Partnership to deliver carbon sequestration and forestry outcomes for its investors.
AgriFood Systems Ltd
Keith Woodford is Managing Director of AgriFood Systems Ltd, and holds an honorary position at Lincoln University as Professor of AgriFood Systems. In a long and diverse career, Keith has worked in many countries on land use issues, rural development issues and agrifood systems.
Director - Climate Change and Sustainability Services,
Matthew Cowie is a Director within the Climate Change and Sustainability Services group at EY New Zealand. Matthew was also previously the global head of carbon market research for Bloomberg New Energy Finance, based in London.
In Susan’s role as Agricultural Economist for ANZ she is responsible for research on New Zealand’s primary sector and also sustainability.
Head of Commodities,
Nigel founded and leads Jarden‚Äôs institutional commodities business in New Zealand and Australia. He has a vast amount of cross-market experience, with a focus on renewables.He is currently studying his masters in Climate Change Science & Policy at Victoria University
Dan is a partner at national law firm Anderson Lloyd. Dan specialises in forestry law including acquisitions and disposals of forestry estates, and general estate management issues.
Client Director, Institutional Banking,
Aaron is a Client Director at BNZ Institutional, managing a portfolio of some of NZ’s largest post farm gate Primary, Agri and Diversified corporates.
Business Development Director, Forest & Land Use Programmes,
Tara is the Senior Director of Forests & Land Use at Planet, and is passionate about realigning natural and human systems to forge more sustainable models of economic development, and has worked across the academic, nonprofit, finance and technology sectors towards this end.
David has been instrumental in developing Interpine’s strong reputation as an integrated measurement and database solution provider and while overseeing the day to day management of the company.
He Waka Eke Noa
Kelly Forster is the Programme Director for He Waka Eke Noa. Since programme establishment she has headed up the small dedicated programme office that provides direction, coordination and support to the programme’s 13 Partners.
Ekos Kāmahi Ltd
NZ Carbon Farming