Chris Kelly graduated from King’s College London with an MSc in Geography, and has since pursued a diverse research agenda focusing on sustainable urbanism which successfully balances and integrates human and ecological considerations. Since 2015, he joined the CSERM as research associate. He has conducted a biological survey investigating the health of Muara Angke remnant urban wetland in Jakarta, and is currently preparing follow-up initiatives which seek to capture maximum ecosystem benefits through an integrated model of productive conservation along the city’s North coast. Previously graduated from the University of Westminster with a bachelor’s in development studies, reflecting a background in economics, policy and planning which has been employed to co-found the Living Jakarta Urban Diversity Platform; a public research movement designed to better understand the urban informal sector and other complex dynamics in a developing tropical megacity.
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