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Interview with Jim Jarvie, Mercy Corps Director for Climate Change, Environment and Natural Resources

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Interview with Jim Jarvie, Mercy Corps Director for Climate Change, Environment and Natural Resources
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jjarvie@hq.mercycorps.org
Abstract
Interviewee profile: Dr. Jim Jarvie directs strategic planning and provides technical expertise to Mercy Corps’ climate, environmental and natural resource programmes globally. He is a biologist with 20 years of experience in natural resource management and conservation in Southeast Asia. Combining technical expertise and programme management experience, Dr. Jarvie has conducted research, led assessments, facilitated the completion of projects, and developed strategic plans for international donors, universities, and NGOs. He has worked in various sub‐sectors of natural resource management and
conservation, such as natural resource governance, forest‐based conflict, ethical timber trading, climate change adaptation and mitigation, and protected area design. He joined Mercy Corps following the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami as Country Director for the Sri Lanka Country Programme. While managing emergency response and recovery programming, Dr. Jarvie integrated disaster risk reduction, conflict management, and environmental sustainability into the country wide strategic
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Interviews

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Issue
59
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Accepted
2010-11-28
Submitter
miriam@hedon.info

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Technologies
010 Stoves
Themes
Poverty
Location: continent
Europe
Location: european countries
United Kingdom
Keywords
emergency    response    MercyCorps    BoilingPoint59   

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