Tim has spent over 15 years working at the intersection of biodiversity conservation and sustainable development, the last nine years at WWF-Australia. Tim currently leads WWF’s Landscape Restoration and Protection Program, having previously led the Species Conservation program, both covering Australia and Asia Pacific. WWF develops integrated responses to complex environmental problems that tend to involve a combination of on-ground innovation, market transformation and policy reform. Tim has led programs encompassing indigenous-led natural resource management Myanmar, illegal logging trade policy, peatland restoration in Indonesia, responsible sourcing of palm oil and bushfire recovery in South East Australia. Prior to commencing with WWF-Australia Tim spent three years in Indonesia, with the Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) and two years in China with the International Network for Bamboo and Ratan (INBAR).