Monitoring forests – Stakeholder Dialogue session presenters Prof. Peter Kanowski Session Chair Professor of Forestry, Fenner School of Environment & Society Peter's role involves research and teaching focused on forest and environmental policy; sustainability; and community engagement on forest-related issues. Peter’s distinguished career in forest management and research has included two years as a Deputy Director General at the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR). Peter holds a B.SC. (Hons) in forestry, and Ph.D. in forest genetics from Oxford. Crystal Davis Global Forest Watch Director, Global Forest Watch, World Resources Institute (WRI) Crystal works with companies, governments, and civil society organizations to utilise better information about forests to mobilise more effective, rights-based conservation and sustainable management. She has previously worked on strengthening forest governance in Brazil, Indonesia, and Cameroon. Crystal holds an M.S. in Earth Systems Science from Stanford University. Dr Haruni Krisnawati Indonesian National Carbon Accounting System (INCAS) Senior Researcher, Forestry Research and Development Agency (Indonesia) Haruni leads the development and operation of technical components of the INCAS, including the biomass component, integration of remote sensing through carbon models and emissions estimation products. She has published over 50 research papers on topics including forest biometrics, carbon accounting, and growth and yield modeling. Haruni holds a Ph.D. from the School of Forest and Ecosystem Science at the University of Melbourne and a Bachelor degree from the Faculty of Forestry, Bogor Agricultural University. Jackson Kimani System for Land-based Emissions Estimation in Kenya (SLEEK) Regional Director (Africa), Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) Jackson leads the CCI’s programs in East Africa, which initiate joint planning with governments, communities and NGOs to develop national measurement, verification and reporting (MRV) systems. This includes oversight for the SLEEK program, run by the Government of Kenya with support from the Australian Government. He holds an MBA and an Economics degree from the University of Wisconsin. Dr Carly Green Methods and Guidance Portal Methods and Guidance Component Manager, Environmental Accounting Services Carly is Australia’s Methods and Guidance component manager for the Global Forest Observations Initiative. She applies her practical experience in REDD+ countries to improve outreach and guidance materials. Carly holds a Ph.D. in Environmental and Biological Science from University College Dublin and a B.E. (Hons) in Environmental Engineering from Monash University.