Key people who initiated our venture
A seasoned professional in territorial planning and management. A retired UN Habitat Programme Manager for Indonesia. Teaches and organises research, education on territorial planning and management with universities, governments and non-state actors, as well as community organising activities.
Chief Executive (non-active).
He is temporarily non-active due to his current position at the Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs as Senior Expert Staff to the Coordinating Minister of Marine Affairs. Previously, he is the Director of Research Centre for Marine and Fishery Socio Economics, Agency for Marine and Fishery Research and Development.
His researches cover ocean policy, coastal resilience, ocean and climate changes and its impact to marine and fisheries resources, socio ecological
Has a life-long career in the government, had served at the Ministry of Public Works, the Secretariat of Vice President, and retired as Deputy Minister of the State Secretariat. Recently appointed as the Secretary General of the Indonesian Academy of Sciences;
He has been actively worked on advisory and training services to a number of business firms and government institutions on infrastructure development financing and climate finance policies. His previous positions were with Strategic Asia Consulting, Associate Director of PT Danareksa Research Unit, KPMG, CPIS and LEKNAS-LIPI.
He is a distinguished researcher, educator, and policy advisor on climate change and marine affairs, currently also teaches on Oceanography, Climate Change and Climate Variability with respect to the Indonesia’s ocean and fishery at the Graduate Program at the University of Indonesia.
A former member of the National Council on Climate Change Indonesia as the coordinator of capacity building and research division in 2010–2015. Received Award from the Minister of Marine Affairs
He is an active researcher, educator and policy advisor on cross-disciplinary areas of science, technology and public policy. A co-founder and lecturer of geosciences department at the University of Indonesia, after his official retirement as Deputy Minister of the State Ministry for Research, Science and Technology for consecutive two terms.
He has nine years of experience contributing in joint-research projects between Indonesian and Australian universities mainly during his doctoral studies at University of Queensland in Marine Social-Ecological research. His research themes are primarily in the management of coral reef and the associated small-scale fisheries, in protected areas utilising eco-social assessments and systems dynamics modelling and simulation.
A senior Researcher at Research Centre for Marine and Fisheries Social-Economics, Ministry of Marine and Fisheries Affairs; currently on study leave for his doctorate program at the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, the Bogor Institute of Agriculture (IPB); Areas of research interests: Political Ecology, Rural Sociology, Community-Based Resource Management, Community Development, Socio-Cultural Aspects of Fisheries and Resource Economic Valuation.
She has been involved as an intern and/or junior research associate on projects mainly related to the identification and mapping of social-ecological systems, and to coastal management with government agencies, private institutions, and civil society organisations. Her areas of interest are on coastal and small islands management, and fisheries adaptive policies. She is very proficient with data analysis techniques related to biostatistics and multi-criteria analysis.
Who have been collaborating with us.
Senior Research Partner.
He is a highly experienced finance policy advisor, whom until joining Seventythree was a senior policy advisor at the UK Department for International Development (DFID), and a former member of the UK Prime Minister’s Expert Group on Climate Finance. He has particular expertise in system dynamics, natural resource economics, renewable energy, forestry, land reform and investment analysis.
Adrian Wells has over 14 years experience in ‘resource trap’ economies, including support to institutional change and low-carbon investment, as well as natural-resource governance; poverty and decentralisation. He spent several years living in Indonesia advising DFID, the FCO and Indonesian national and regional government on issues including low-carbon development, sustainable palm oil production, illegal logging and legal verification systems.
Senior Research Partner.
Dominic Elson is a development management consultant with 20 years experience in the private sector – in investment management, media and as an entrepreneur – before coming to Indonesia to work as a management advisor for small rural cooperatives in remote eastern islands.
He specialises in natural resource economics with a focus on small and medium sized enterprises. He has wide experience as a consultant for various institutions including IFC and FAO, among others.