The Mullion Group has moved from our start up chic temporary location in Farrer to offices at the Black Mountain campus of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). This exciting relocation is the result of a new partnership between Mullion and CSIRO. A huge thanks to Dr Jacqueline Watt from the CSIRO for..
The Mullion Group has had a busy few months travelling the world on some exciting projects. The Mullion Group recently sent a team to Fiji to run a workshop in Suva. With support from the Australian Centre of International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), the Mullion Group ran a joint workshop with the Coalition of Rainforest Nations..
The Mullion Group is excited to announce that it has signed a Letter of Intent with the Australian National University, further strengthening our relationship and future collaboration. The letter of Intent establishes a collaborative relationship between the ANUs Fenner School of Environment and Society and the Mullion Group to further scientific cooperation on environmental accounting..
How do you measure the greenhouse gas emissions of a changing forest? That’s the question we asked students at the Australian National University. Earlier this month the Mullion Group team were invited by Associate Professor Cris Brack to lecture and run a workshop for the course Environmental Measurement, Modelling and Monitoring. Senior Consultant Geoff Roberts..
Training from the Mullion Group and USFS strengthens national forest monitoring system implementation in the Philippines
The Philippines’ Department of Environment and Natural Resources Forest Management Bureau (DENR-FMB), supported by USAID/s Biodiversity and Watersheds Improved for Stronger Economy and Ecosystem Resilience (B+WISER) project, conducted a week-long capacity building training for its technical working group involved in the monitoring, reporting, and verification component of the National Forest Monitoring System (NFMS). Four experts..
A new working paper published by the World Bank is co-authored by Mullion Director Rob Waterworth and Senior Consultant Geoff Roberts. Titled, Approaches to REDD+ Nesting: Lessons Learned from Country Experiences, this collaboration also includes Authors Donna Lee, Pablo Llopis and Tim Pearson. The paper shares lessons from nested systems of case studies countries including..
The Mullion Group is looking to hire two Developers to help develop the next generation Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution for tracking greenhouse gas emissions from land uses around the world. Working in Canberra under the direction of two senior developers, the junior developers will collaborate with scientific and technical staff to help design and implement the..
The Mullion Group is excited to welcome Sarah Buchan to our team. Sarah is a recent graduate from the Australian National University with experience in ecology research, environmental landscape sciences, and science communication. She joins our team as a Research Assistant. Sarah’s position is supported by an Innovation Connections Grant from the Department of..
A new paper published in Forest Ecology and Management this month co-authored by Director Dr Robert Waterworth. Thanks to Keryn Paul for all her hard work on this new paper on validation of allometric equations and giving the co-authorship. A great read for those doing biomass estimation and thinking of using generic equations. Key summary – you..
Dr Robert Waterworth: Director, The Mullion Group and moja global Mr Guy Janssen: Director, moja global As developing countries begin to implement systems for estimating emissions and removals of greenhouse gases from the land sector, it’s useful to remember that the best outcomes will be achieved by programs which are not only technically successful,..