Losee Consulting Pty Ltd helps clients effectively advance their interests as they confront sustainability, climate change and environmental challenges. It provides penetrating analysis, pragmatic advice and outstanding deliverables. The practice is privileged to be able to work with clients in the infrastructure, utilities, development and natural resource sectors. The quality of its work is founded on a professional commitment to environmental protection and finding viable pathways to sustainable futures.
Scott has 27 years experience as a sustainability and environmental professional. He focuses on incorporating sustainability into large-scale infrastructure projects and he provides specialist services in climate adaptation, carbon management, energy and water resource management. Scott led the sustainability and climate change consulting practices for Katestone and AECOM (2006-2012), led sustainability, energy and air quality with Brisbane City Council (1998-2006) and worked in environment, planning and policy roles with the Queensland Government (1991-1998). Scott is a past Director and current Technical Steering Committee member and Verifier for the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia.
Oliver is an environmental professional with two years’ experience in natural resource management. Oliver holds a Bachelor of Science (Geographical Sciences) and a Master of Environmental Management from the University of Queensland where he received a Dean’s Commendation. Oliver is an Infrastructure Sustainability Accredited Professional (ISAP). He has worked in the land sector carbon abatement field, and developed policy to reduce agricultural pollution in the Great Barrier Reef catchment with WWF. He has compiled environmental studies for linear infrastructure and assisted with workshop facilitation.
Ramola is a sustainability business advisor with 17 years’ experience with sustainability planning and implementation in sectors such as infrastructure, resources, urban development, national parks and tourism. Ramola has led national and state-wide initiatives in clean fossil fuels, green buildings and responsible mining. More recently, she has advised executives on impact investment strategies and business planning to maximise effectiveness and viability of social and environmental initiatives. Ramola has a Masters in policy and program development and has completed certifications in strategic management and innovation from Copenhagen Business School. Ramola is an Infrastructure Sustainability Accredited Professional (ISAP).