Our Team member, Adam Coons, was interviewed by Discovery Channel about his recent encounter with a Great White Shark. In this interview, he speaks about his involvement with Fish Reef Project which will air in August, during Discovery Channel’s Shark Week. Stay Tuned!
Papua New Guinea Managing Director
Maisy Lus completed a Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) from the University of Papua New Guinea. She is passionate about evidence based environmental monitoring and mitigation of impacts that could be detrimental to the environment, livelihoods and social wellbeing of PNG coastal and Island communities. One of Maisy’s research interest is in cement strength enhancement using different additives for sulphate, chlorite and sea water resistance. Maisy supports the Fish Reef project because of the belief that this project will help minimize long-term negative environmental impacts from development projects and human activity, and sustain the livelihoods of people in our coastal and Island communities.
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