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Indonesian Marine Energy Network Ignition, 2015

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Indonesian Marine Energy Network Ignition, 2015

Donor: British Council Newton Fund Institutional Links supported by Marine Geological Institute – Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MGI-ESDM)

Amount of funding: 78,000 GBP

Project partners: Robert Gordon University (RGU), Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS), Indonesian Counterpart for Energy and Environmental Solutions (ICEES), Centre for Sustainable Energy and Resources Management (CSERM-UNAS) Continue reading

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Chris Kelly

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RESEARCH ASSISTANT

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.


Jl. Sawo Manila No. 61, Pejaten, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta 12520 Indonesia
cserm@unas.ac.id
chriss.kellyy@gmail.com

+62 (21) 788 48 152
+62 (0) 857 1938 4904

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Emily Dumont

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Emily Dumont

RESEARCH ASSISTANT

Emily is Research Assistant for CUSP based in Aberdeen. She holds a first class honours degree in Management from RGU and an MSc in Economic Development from the University of Glasgow. She has volunteered on international development projects in Africa and Asia and has worked as a researcher for a micro finance charity. She is responsible for facilitating CUSP’s work in building a sustainable development network of UK and Indonesian organisations. Taking her interest and experience in international aid, Emily has volunteered and worked part time alongside CSERM’s research team in delivering existing projects in sustainable energy.


Robert Gordon University, Garthdee House, Garthdee Road, Aberdeen, AB10 7QB, Scotland, UK
emilydumont55@gmail.com

Jl. Sawo Manila No. 61, Pejaten, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta 12520 Indonesia
cserm@unas.ac.id

+44 (0) 7500 8714

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Dr. Leuserina Garniati

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Dr Nia Garniati

RESEARCH FELLOW

Nia’s main area of interest is in empowering communities to build indigenous resilience to environmental change and social marginalisation through equal access to basic resources distribution, such as sustainable energy, food and clean water. She has worked for more than 13 years with various local/multi-national NGOs and other third sectors, both UK and South East Asian Government institutions, and research communities in sustainability and knowledge exchange related projects and has created initiatives, administered sub-grants, and managed multi stakeholders’ partnerships for international development programmes funded by the United Nations Development Programme, UK-Department for International Development, Foreign and Commonwealth Office; British Council; and the World Resources Institute.
 
During her post in Robert Gordon University, she has contributed to the University’s Carbon Management Plan and designed and coordinated modules, presented lectures, co-supervised PhD students and MSc. students in Environmental Impact and Risk Management, and became the lead consultant responsible for Aberdeen City/Shire Energy Baseline Systems and its Sustainable Energy Action Plan. More recently, she co-initiated the establishment of the Centre for Sustainable Energy and Resources Management (CSERM) at the National University (UNAS) in Indonesia and co-founded SEATIS Ltd. in the UK to extend the capacity researchers and practitioners in delivering multi stakeholder and multidisciplinary sustainable energy implementation programmes.

Jl. Sawo Manila No. 61, Pejaten, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta 12520 Indonesia
cserm@unas.ac.id

+44 (0) 7584 0400 82
+62 (0) 812 1972 2378