Greg Peters - Director
Greg is an expert in aquatic and riparian ecosystem management with over 24 years’ direct experience in both the public and private sectors, specialising in strategic and action planning at state, regional and local levels.
Greg’s theoretical knowledge, practical experience and expertise in problem identification, solution development and implementation has enabled the development of best management approaches for prioritisation and protection of waterway assets. He has worked on waterway management approaches in Victoria and Tasmania and has most recently developed several Victorian standards, guidelines and decision support tools relevant to riparian land.
Greg is well known for his passion for protecting and restoring aquatic and riparian ecosystems, with environmental sustainability and working within the natural environment being his key personal and professional drivers.
Bachelor of Engineering (civil) | Swinburne University of Technology | 1993
Carolien Schoenborn - Senior consultant
Carolien has worked in natural resource management for 20 years in both public and private sectors, specialising in planning, monitoring, evaluation and reporting.
Through various roles with Catchment Management Authorities and other government agencies, Carolien has developed an excellent understanding of both state and regional monitoring, evaluation and reporting needs and processes.
Carolien has an excellent capacity to work at both strategic and technical levels to design solutions and products that are robust, practical and relevant to the stakeholders and clients. These products include strategies and plans, monitoring and reporting frameworks, standards and guidelines and data collection, analysis and presentation products and services.
Carolien’s approach is collaborative, and outcomes focused with a strong commitment to effective communication, engagement and project management.
Bachelor of Science/Forest Science (Hons.) | The University of Melbourne | 2000
Diploma of Business Management | Australian Institute of Management | 2009