I am Kelly Heber Dunning, a London-based environmental social scientist with a PhD in Natural Resources and Environmental Policy from MIT, and my MSc from Oxford University Center for the Environment. Here is my CV. Tui & the Mangrove Tree, named after my favorite New Zealand fauna and Florida flora, is my personal website and blog. It features writing on biodiversity, international development, and climate change.
I have seven years of international development and environmental conservation experience in Sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia, the Pacific Islands, as well as the U.S. and E.U. I have expertise on coral reefs, mangroves, tropical biodiversity conservation, small-scale fisheries, co-management and community-based ecosystem management, the Convention on Biological Diversity, marine protected areas, and ecosystem based management. My contact information is at the bottom of the page.