Who we are

TierraMar are Leaders in Natural Capital Risk and Investment

Our solutions protect our PLANET, build your PEOPLE, and provide for business and community PROSPERITY.

Since 2008 TierraMar has been providing strategic, effective, innovative and balanced solutions for the conservation, protection and sustainable management of our world’s precious biodiversity and natural resources, while ensuring that businesses prosper and communities thrive through the wise utilisation of natural capital – balancing profit and purpose.

Our Principles

  1. We provide a professional and independent service.
  2. We provide one stop shop, value for money, innovative client focused solutions that are sustainable and practical.
  3. Our solutions are technically sound and based on the latest science and information.
  4. Our people are well respected and trustworthy, highly experienced in their areas of expertise and are well connected and networked within Australia and internationally.
  5. Our people are passionate about and committed to finding balanced solutions for the conservation, protection and sustainable management of our world’s precious biodiversity and natural resources, while ensuring businesses prosper and communities thrive.
  6. Our small business is well managed and we provide a flexible working environment to encourage a good work-life balance.

Our team

Our associates

TierraMar has a network of associates that can bring specialized skills to projects including:

  • Forest governance, REDD+, climate policy (Indonesia)
  • Sustainable financing, economic valuation of natural resources, sustainable tourism, spatial planning, protected areas management, environmental education, e-waste management and project monitoring and evaluation (South-east Asia)
  • Protected area management planning, training and capacity building, project design, evaluation and reviews, project management, biodiversity monitoring and evaluation systems, World Heritage site appraisal, tourism and visitor services (Asia-Pacific).
  • Fisheries and natural resources governance for private, public, academic and NGO sectors in Australia, the US, Falkland Islands, Canada and New Zealand.
  • Aquatic research, monitoring and assessment, with a focus on marine megafauna (dolphins, whales, dugongs, seals, turtles and seabirds), specialising in behaviour, bioacoustics and effect of anthropogenic disturbance.
  • Livelihoods of coastal communities, traditional use right and access for fishing, gender’s role in fisheries and community based economic development.
  • Fisheries, natural resource management and indigenous engagement (Australia)
  • Marine debris management solutions.