Nicholas Cameron – Managing Director
Nicholas has a background in carbon finance, marketing and entrepreneurship. Prior to founding Country Carbon, Nicholas worked in global sponsorship, marketing insights, strategic planning and early-stage seed investments in Australia, Asia and Europe. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce, a Bachelor of Arts as well as a Diploma of Financial Markets and an Advanced Diploma of Financial Markets Licensing.
Daniel Alder – Business Development Manager
Daniel’s role is involved in new project development of carbon farming projects in Australia. He is also involved our recent market developments in Germany and the United States. Daniel has Bachelor of Science from Essex university and prior to joining he was a Campaign Manager at N20 in the United Kingdom.
Stephanie Wight – Project and Compliance Manager
Stephanie has worked in the Legal industry for over 15 years and has extensive compliance and regulatory knowledge. Stephanie is responsible for the Registration and Compliance of projects under the relevant methodologies and the legislative framework of the Emissions Reduction Fund and Carbon Farming Initiatives.
Ruth Wishart– Carbon Farming Project Executive
Ruth has a Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management and a Masters of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information from Charles Stuart University. Ruth navigates geospatial mapping and the variety of carbon farming tools to provide reporting of carbon abatement from our projects.
Mikaela Gould – Social Media Intern
Mikaela’s role is monitoring and posting on blogs and social networks, engaging in online forums, participating in online outreach and promotion. Mikaela is currently completing a Bachelor of Business marketing at Charles Stuart University.
Nick James– In-house Counsel
Nick James is a solicitor with around 12 years’ legal experience, and has been working as an in-house counsel in the carbon industry since December 2011. He currently works as in-house Counsel to two highly active carbon consultancies and Emissions Reduction Fund project developers.
Nick has a first class honours law degree from the University of Melbourne, was an Associate to Justice Michael Kirby at the Australian High Court, and worked as a solicitor at Allens and Freehills in Melbourne.
Nick’s carbon industry experience includes co-founding ‘Optim Legal’, a Sydney based law firm that focused on the carbon/cleantech space and counted among its clients a selection of Australia’s leading carbon companies. As Managing Director, Nick’s role in the firm lead to his inclusion in ‘Sydney’s 100 Most Influential People in 2010’ by the (sydney) magazine in the Sydney Morning Herald.
Nick’s role with Country Carbon involves advising on carbon related legislation, corresponding with regulators and preparing contractual documents as well as working on general Country Carbon legal matters.