Our Team

 

Chris Bone - Managing Director

Chris Bone started OceansWatch in 2008 and is a passionate conservationist. He has extensive experience working throughout the Pacific on conservation, sustainable likelihood and climate change adaptation programs. Chris's current focus is working hard to support landowners of Nende and other areas in the  Solomon Islands to resist unsustainable extractive industries and to develop sustainable alternatives instead such as carbon trading schemes. 

Contact: chris@oceanswatch.org

 

 

 

 

Eryn Hooper - Environmental Scientist 

Eryn has been involved with OceansWatch for 3 years, firstly as a volunteer on a Vanuatu and Solomon Islands expedition in 2015. In 2016 Eryn assisted us in marine conservation work in Vanuatu as part of the RESCUE team and in 2017 lead an OceansWatch expedition in Vanuatu as well as working for us again in the RESCUE team. In early 2017 OceansWatch employed Eryn full time as our Environmental Scientist.

Contact: eryn@oceanswatch.org

 

 

 

                                                   

Titus Meoblir -  OceansWatch Solomon Islands support

Titus is a committed environmental activist and experienced Forest Ranger, who knows the forests of Nende like the back of his hand and feels a deep commitment to protecting them. Titus works for OceansWatch on an as needed basis leading our scientists through his forests on biodiversity surveys.
Titus is a huge help to OceansWatch, giving a hand whenever he sees the opportunity. As well as providing support in the Forests he’s a huge help with office maintenance, with our boats and on our awareness programs in the other villages on his Island.

 

 

 

Nelson Nyieda - OceansWatch Solomon Islands support
 
Nelson runs the OceansWatch Solomon Islands office and works with landowners there that are effected by logging and mining. Nelson is committed to assisting his Province to care for it’s environment and develop sustainable economic projects. Nelson has worked with OceansWatch since 2012, full time since 2016. Nelson is a trained Forest Ranger, Reef Guardian, and Virgin Coconut Oil program trainer.

 

 

 

 

OceansWatch Solomon Islands Team

OceansWatch Solomon Islands is the local organisation that works in the Solomon Islands in partnership with other OceansWatch organisations to make a difference in their country. It was established to work in the remote coastal communities of the Solomon Islands to promote interest in the sustainable management of their resources.

Contact details: PO Box 234, Honiara, Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands Telephone: Chris Bone 7595445, Lawrence Nodua 7252525,  Ruddy Oti 7496297

Email: Chris: chris@oceanswatch.org,  Lawrence Nodua: lnodua@gmail.com, Ruddy Oti: Ruddy.Oti@telekom.com.sb