Bachelor of Science, Ecology and Marine Biology @
The University of Queensland
Stephanie is an Environmental Scientist at Earth Systems with 8 years’ professional experience in environmental consulting. She specialises in environmental impact assessment and management with additional skills in ecology, project greenhouse gas assessments and climate change adaptation. She has worked overseas in Timor-Leste, Lao PDR, Switzerland, and France, and is familiar with international environmental and social safeguard
Stephanie is an Environmental Scientist at Earth Systems with 8 years’ professional experience in environmental consulting. She specialises in environmental impact assessment and management with additional skills in ecology, project greenhouse gas assessments and climate change adaptation. She has worked overseas in Timor-Leste, Lao PDR, Switzerland, and France, and is familiar with international environmental and social safeguard standards such as the World Bank IFC Performance Standards, Equator Principles, or equivalent.
Stephanie has contributed to numerous ESIAs/ESMPs for large infrastructure projects in the mining, gas, hydro-power, energy, transport, and water sectors in Australia and internationally. She has also provided general technical advice and assistance to clients regarding environmental liabilities, environment/social standards, project carbon footprints, climate change adaptation, and annual environmental reports for compliance purposes. In many instances, she has applied a risk assessment approach to manage environmental, social and climate change impacts, and has assisted clients in implementing their environment, health and safety management systems to comply with international standards.
Stephanie has multidisciplinary skills in environmental project management, study coordination and compilation, and technical writing. Her background was originally in ecology and marine biology and has previously worked for various environmental agencies at international, national and state levels such as CITES Secretariat and the Australian Federal and State Government providing technical support.
Environmental Scientist @ Environmental assessment and management (EIA/EMP, ESIA/ESMMP)
Equator Principles/World Bank IFC Performance Standards
Project greenhouse gas assessment and abatement
Climate change risk and adaptation
Environmental project management
Annual environmental reporting From October 2013 to Present (2 years 3 months) Brisbane, AustraliaEnvironmental Scientist @ Environmental Impact Assessment (e.g. EIA/EIS)
Environmental management (e.g. EMPs)
Study coordination, compilation and reporting for large EIAs
Project greenhouse gas assessment and abatement
Climate change risk and adaptation (e.g. Climate Change Impact Statements)
Sustainability (e.g. ecoBiz, sustainability audits)
Environmental project management From October 2007 to September 2013 (6 years) Brisbane, AustraliaPolicy Officer, Strategy and Planning Branch @ Background research and advice for wildlife-related policies.
Researched information for discussion paper on commercial fishing in national parks.
Analysed and provided overview of agency’s operational policies involving use of vehicles in national parks. From May 2008 to July 2008 (3 months) Brisbane, AustraliaIntern at the Migratory and Marine Species Section @ Contributed to a number of assignments involving drafting, editing, liaising, researching and analysing information and policies related to marine wildlife and policies. From March 2005 to April 2005 (2 months) Canberra, AustraliaIntern, CITES Scientific Authority @ Researched wildlife-related information related to illegal trade.
Performed formatting and typesetting of documents for animals, plants and standing committees.
Contributed to research and development of various reports and briefing papers for experts and decision makers
Assisted with processing and assessing applications from CITES-approved breeding centres for endangered fauna species (i.e. arowanas and palm black cockatoo) to obtain/retain CITES wildlife licence allowing commercial animal breeding. From November 2004 to December 2004 (2 months) Geneva Area, SwitzerlandIntern, Gender Equality branch @ Duties included general administration such as corresponding, mailing, typing, typesetting and editing documents. Reorganised department’s library. From June 2001 to June 2001 (1 month) Geneva Area, Switzerland
Master of Business @ Queensland University of Technology From 2005 to 2007 Bachelor of Science, Ecology and Marine Biology @ The University of Queensland From 2001 to 2004 Stephanie Loh is skilled in: Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Management, Climate Change Adaptation, Environmental Planning, Environmental Science, Environmental Awareness, Sustainability, Environmental Consulting, Climate Change, Marine Biology, Coral Reefs, Environmental Policy, Environmental Management Systems, Carbon, Carbon Footprinting, Water, Field Work, Environmental Compliance, Environmental Auditing
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