Mark produced Australia’s first set of experimental ecosystem accounts. He also worked at the United Nations in New York on the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA) – the international standard.
Mark advises organisations around the world in the application of natural capital accounting. He develops processes and systems that highlight nature-based risks and opportunities.
Mark has a Master of Commerce, Economics, from the University of Melbourne.
Carl was the lead author of the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA) – the international standard.
Carl has a background in national accounts, including five years as head of the Australian National Accounts with the Australian Bureau of Statistics. He uses natural capital accounting to help organisations make effective and sustainable decisions.
Carl has a Bachelor of Economics, Econometrics, from the University of New England (AU).
Reiss has experience in compiling accounts both in the public and private sector. He's worked across many contexts, including the Irish peatlands, Australian oceans, Tasmanian forests, Melbourne’s urban and rural areas, and China’s industrial parks.
He is experienced in spatial data and analytics, and in integrating environmental and economic information to deliver insights that are relevant for communication and decision making.
Prior to working at IDEEA Group, Reiss worked with the Victorian Government and in Laos with Monash University.
Reiss holds a Master of Economics from the University of Melbourne.
His expertise includes natural capital accounting, non-market valuation, nature- and climate-related risk analysis, sustainable finance, environmental-economic modelling and carbon and energy economics and accounting.
Earlier in his career, Dan worked as a sustainability and climate change consultant in PwC’s Risk Consulting team. He then held a position at the National Australia Bank, where he advised on financial and non-financial risk management. This included considerable work on climate risk scenario analysis.
In his role with IDEEA, Dan supports public and private sector organisations on the use of natural capital data in investment decision-making, risk management and economic analysis.
Dan holds a Master of Applied Economics and Econometrics from Monash University.
Before joining IDEEA Group, he held a role in the Victorian Public Service. He worked on tools for managing and interpreting social data, and reporting for department ministers.
Sam holds a Bachelor of Science majoring in Applied Mathematics from the University of Melbourne.
Maria also works as a Research Assistant for Melbourne University’s School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences where she is supporting the review of the Montreal Process’ Criteria and Indicator framework on sustainable forest management in Victoria.
Maria holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Environment (Master level program) from the University of Melbourne.