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  Climate financing specialist    Legal specialist (climate change/environmental law/MEAs)    Database/Network specialist    Economist (cost-benefit analysis of CC)    Civil engineering (hard and soft engineering solutions)    Community development specialist    Proposal writing/Report writing    Meteorologist    GIS specialist    Environmental and social safeguards specialist    Other:  

Kilisimasi Latu

Senior Lecturer


The University of Auckland

Melbourne, Australia


My area of expertise is in the field of Civil and Environmental Engineering specializing in;
• water resources engineering and integrated management,
• civil and environmental engineering design of infrastructures,
• environmental risk assessment and minimization, climate change analysis,
• urban hydrology, water demand forecasting and allocation framework,
• hydrological, hydraulic and watershed modelling,
• system dynamic and model development.
Qualifications: Ph.D (Env Eng). University of Melbourne (UoM), Australia, ME. The University of Auckland, BE. Unitec Institute of Tech
Employment History:

HARC, Melbourne
Senior Water Resources Engineer – Candor3 Ltd, NZ, 2014 – Present.
Quest Lecturer – Unitec Institute of Technology, NZ, 2014 – Present.
Research Fellow: UoM, Australia, 2014.
Fellow/Lecturer: BYU, USA, 2012 – 2013.
Water Resources Engineer: Division of Water Resources, Utah, USA, 2013 – 2014.
Tutor: UoM, 2008 - 2010.
Env Engineer: Wood & Partners Consultants Ltd, 2007.
  Gender mainstreaming    Legal specialist (climate change/environmental law/MEAs)    Community development specialist    Proposal writing/Report writing    Community trainer specialist    Capacity building specialist    Environmental and social safeguards specialist    Other: Marine and Terrestrial Ecology 

Christopher Bartlett

Climate Change & Resilience Expert


Australia - Pacific Climate Partnership

Department of Meteorology & Geohazards PO Box 306 Port Vila Vanuatu


Dr. Bartlett has been living and working in Melanesia since 2002, currently as Knowledge Manager for the Australia-Pacific Climate Partnership. His extensive work with communities, civil society, private sector and governments in the Pacific have shaped his current action research interests. These include innovative and science-based solutions and strategies for dealing with change in the Pacific, including climate change. After his PhD at James Cook University, he joined Nobel Laureate Elinor Ostrom's lab at Indiana University to investigate the emergence of networks of community-based MPAs and taboos. Dr. Bartlett resides in Port Vila, Vanuatu and makes frequent consulting, speaking and training trips around the world.
  M & E specialist    Climate financing specialist    Proposal writing/Report writing    Capacity building specialist    Meteorologist    Other: Ntional Communications    Other: Projects    Other: M&E    Other:  

Mahendra Kumar

Independent Consutant



P O Box 15275 Suva Fiji


Dynamic and dedicated professional with strong technical and policy background. Advanced qualifications (PhD) in environmental sciences, climate change & energy. Distinguished record in academia as a teacher, researcher and administrator. Extensive inter-governmental experience at international levels, in climate change. Over 20 years experience in climate change and related issues, mainly in Pacific but also worked in Africa and Asia. Public service experience, having worked for Governments of Australia, Fiji and Marshall Islands and international NGOs such as Independent Diplomat (ID). Considerable experience working for international organisations such as UNEP, ADB, regional organsations such as SPREP as climate change technical expert, and USP. Serves on the UNFCCC Roster of Experts. Extremely familiar with all issues in the UNFCCC climate negotiations. Extensive record of developing, managing, implementing and monitoring projects at national and global levels. Excels at working in a fast paced, multi-cultural environment and has excellent communication skills.
  Knowledge management specialist    Database/Network specialist    Proposal writing/Report writing    Capacity building specialist 

Jutta May

Information and Knowledge Management, Libraries


Independent Consultant
+687 259900
Noumea, New Caledonia
New Caledonia


Please see my LinkedIn profile .
More than 25 years of international experience in developing information and knowledge management solutions for institutions and corporate or special libraries. This includes business analysis, needs and maturity assessments, strategy and policy advice, capacity development and project management to enable or optimise digital access for information and collections. Related tasks cover the planning, implementation, administration and adaptation of integrated systems and processes. Themes include international development in the Pacific region, disaster risk management, maritime history, medicine / health, art and design.
  Gender mainstreaming    M & E specialist    Climate financing specialist    Proposal writing/Report writing    Capacity building specialist    Other: Adaptation Planning 

Ruth Phillips Itty

Climate Change Consultant



37 Crump Way, Evesham, WR11 3JG
United Kingdom


Ruth is a climate change, environment and international development professional, with a particular focus on climate resilience, adaptation planning, and climate finance readiness. She has 9 years’ experience providing policy research, analysis, implementation and project/programme management in these fields, working extensively with a range of donors/international development partners and national governments worldwide. Ruth's recent assignments have included supporting countries with INDCs, capacity building support, contributing to the evaluation of EU adaptation strategy implementation and leading inputs to the EU’s 7th national communications.
Prior to joining Ricardo, Ruth was Climate Finance Adviser for the Commonwealth, where she designed and led a work programme on climate finance readiness and resilience, focusing on improving the access, use and delivery of climate finance for small and vulnerable member states, including the Commonwealth Climate Finance Skills Hub proposal.
  Gender mainstreaming    Community development specialist    Community trainer specialist    Capacity building specialist    Other: Legal Drafter and Advocate 

Filiga Taukiei Nelu

Legal Profession


Government (Public Sector)
688 20727


I am a lawyer by profession and is currently the People’s Lawyer for Tuvalu. I holds a Master of Law in Government and Regulation from the Australia National University, Professional Diploma in Legal Drafting (PDLD), Professional Diploma in Legal Practice (PDLP) and BA/LLB degree from University of the South Pacific .
I have been practiced as a lawyer in Tuvalu for more than 10 years. For 6 years, I worked as a government lawyer in the Office of the Attorney-General (OAG) of Tuvalu and then as the People’s Lawyer in the Office of the People’s Lawyer (OPL).
In the OAG, I worked as a government litigator, prosecutor, legal drafter and represented the Government in national and international conferences.
As the People’s Lawyer I became both the public solicitor and defender and also managed the OPL. I involved in alternative dispute resolution settlements and work directly with the people. I also conducted public education and awareness for the people and capacity building for OPL staff.
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