Christopher Y Bartlett, PhD

Climate Change & Resilience Policy, Adaptation, Loss & Damage, Sustainable Finance
& UN Negotiator
Marine Biologist, Social-Ecological Scientist

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.

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