Dr Dean Revell is an agricultural scientist with 25 years experience in research in animal nutrition, grazing systems, and livestock-landscape interactions. His background and interests are in working with producers, industry and NRM groups, and researchers to co-design practical and profitable systems for the benefit of people and landscapes.
Nick James is a solicitor with over 15 years’ experience, who since December 2011 has worked as in-house Counsel or legal consultant to a number of highly active CFI/Emissions Reduction Fund carbon project developers, before settling with Select Carbon.
Nathan first became involved with Select Carbon as a science student in early 2016, volunteering his time to undertake field work in the rangeland areas of NSW and QLD. Since that time Nathan has become heavily involved in the ongoing management and field monitoring programs of Select Carbon’s projects in Western NSW, QLD and the recent expansion of projects in Western Australia.
Costa‘s role involves the day to day management of carbon projects which includes stakeholder management, auditing, project reporting, field work and contract management.
Clinton completed his studies in Agribusiness at Marcus Oldham College in NSW before working his way across Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia. He has owned and operated his own family farms in Wagin and Arthur River in Western Australia for 30 years. The farms were mixed enterprises, with a focus and passion on producing Merino wool whilst building the perennial grass base and soil carbon. He was a key founding member of the ‘Bugs and Biology’ producer group.
Stephane undertakes all GIS analysis at Select Carbon and manages complex datasets to help Select Carbon monitor land-use change and forest cover over time.
Dr Emma Gray's background is in ecological science, but nowadays she can be more accurately described as a data scientist. At Select Carbon she undertakes GIS and data analysis to monitor forest cover change over time.
Alice’s education is in environmental science and conservation, however, she dabbled with spatial analysis soon after graduating from University and is now part of Select Carbon’s spatial squad in Perth.
Courtney graduated with Honours in Animal Science from Murdoch University, WA, and also holds a Diploma of Project Management (North Metropolitan TAFE).
Helena’s love of the rural life started from her early years spent on the family farm in the WA wheatbelt before the family made the move to slightly greener pastures of the southwest.
Growing up on the land, Samantha Anderson developed a strong passion and appreciation for livestock and the grazing industry from an early age.
Valentina's work is focused on quantifying land surface changes over time though a combination of satellite imagery algorithms, statistical analysis and geographical information systems (GIS). She brings wide experience in the analysis of varied landscapes, from snow cover to arid land vegetation.
Charles founded Select Carbon, which has since gone on to successfully develop a number of carbon projects under the CFI and ERF.
Charles is a trained forester with a strong knowledge of carbon farming and carbon markets. In his current role, Charles focuses on business development as well as supporting the Select Carbon team and CEO on the implementation of land-based carbon projects around Australia.
Charles holds a Bachelor of Forest Science (Hons) from the University of Melbourne.
Max is CEO of Bryant Constructions and is a strong supporter of sustainable forestry and development in northern Australia. Max has over 40 years’ experience in the building industry predominantly in North Queensland. His main areas of expertise are in the design and construction of major developments, including prefabricated and modular housing, and project management.
Select Carbon (SC) is an authorised representative (CAR 001269062) of Carbon Farmers of Australia Pty Ltd (ABN 33 136 799 221, AFSL 430135). SC is authorised to provide financial services to wholesale clients (within the meaning of the Corporations Act 2001).