Oliver Miltenberger

Oliver is a PhD student at the School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences and the Climate-Energy College. His background is in landscape ecology and protected area planning with particular emphasis on international development. His PhD work focuses on the development of policy and finance mechanisms that enable large-scale ecosystem services markets. Focal areas include conservation biology, voluntary and compliance carbon trading, greenhouse gas & co-benefit accounting, and management of working lands. His work is oriented towards achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and valuing non-traditional economies.

Supervisors: Prof Rodney Keenan, Prof Richard Eckard, Dr Veronika Nemes.

More information at: Sustainability Science Lab

Contact: OMiltenberge [at] student.unimelb.edu.au

Oliver Miltenberger

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we work and pay respects to elders – past, present and emerging. We aim to work together with Traditional Custodians to develop solutions to environmental problems in genuine partnership, respecting and appreciating their knowledge, culture, history and world views.