Dr. Mochamad Indrawan
Research Associate (Conservation Biology)
Mochamad Indrawan has academic and practical backgrounds in ecology, nature conservation, and sustainable development. He graduate from Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Science, University of Indonesia. He had master degree from University of Aberdeen, and finished his Doctoral from University of Indonesia with topic of dissertation “Island of biogeography and biology conservation in Togean Island. Since 1991 he do the long term research in Banggai and Togean, Sulawesi Tengah.
He teaches ecological courses at the University of Indonesia, including tropical forest management and restoration. The biological conservation text book he co-authored with Richard Primack and Jatna Supriatna has now had its fourth printing in Indonesia. A member of two IUCN specialist groups (World Commission on Protected Areas and Bird Red List Authority), Didi has also been a research associate at Kansas University, USA, and visiting scholar at Kyushu University, Japan. He serves on the editorial board of the recently established IAFOR Journal of Sustainability, Energy and the Environment.
He has a leader IdOU – Indonesian Ornithologists’ Union. He has been teaching in University of Indonesia and become instructor “Study abroad” from Michigan State University. He join with Research Center for Climate Change – University of Indonesia (RCCC-UI) at 2015.
|2016||Policy Forum Article: Mitigating Tensions over Land Conversion in Papua, Indonesia|