Member Directory

Dr. Arthur Medeiros founded the Auwahi project 23 years ago bringing together stakeholders to attempt one of the first large-scale forest restoration projects in the Hawaiian Islands. Recognized as one of Hawai'i's most knowledgeable biologists, Dr. Medeiros has published over 80 scientific articles and inspired numerous audiences with speaking engagements including TedX Maui.

Katrina Schlunke is Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Tasmania.
Hannah Stark is Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Tasmania. Together they are working on an ARC funded project "After Extinction", which examines the global afterlives of thylacine specimens.

Vazrick Nazari is an entomologist and a research fellow on biocultural diversity at the Department of Biology, University of Padova, Italy.

Sherrell Cuneo is a professional costumer, through stitching and public quilting she explores feminism, climate change and species extinction.

Keely Jobe is a writer and PhD candidate living in nipaluna (Hobart). Her writing is heavily influenced by ecofeminism and queer ecology.

Lucienne Rickard is a Tasmanian artist who has worked exclusively in the medium of drawing for the past 10 years. Her recent focus has been on environmental issues.

The Overwintering Project: Mapping Sanctuary is an art initiative seeking to raise awareness for our migratory shorebirds and their habitat by inviting artists, children, and interested community members to help make them visible.

Rusiate Lali is a Fijian multimedia artist. He is the founder of Gallery Gondwana Fiji. In 1999 Rusiate was named 'Contemporary Fijian Artist of the Year', with his work described as a sensuous mix of past and present, myth and reality. Rusiate has been an active voice on the subject of climate change in the Pacific.

Kate Evans is a freelance journalist, science writer and video producer from Aotearoa New Zealand. She writes features on science, nature, culture and food for New Zealand Geographic and other NZ magazines. In 2018 she won two Voyager Awards (NZ's top national media prize): Feature Writer of the Year and the Science and Technology prize. You can read more of her work here: https://www.kateevans.org.