NES says Aere ra and Kia manuia to Lindsay

Lindsay’s work has been instrumental in reforming several in-house databases and setting up an online application system for CITES and Montreal Protocol permits.
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Mr. Lindsay Gault recently completed his contract with the National Environment Service as a Data Management Advisor from Volunteer Service Abroad.

Lindsay’s work has been instrumental in reforming several in-house databases and setting up an online application system for CITES and Montreal Protocol permits. His background and knowledge in data management played a key role in developing the indicators for the monitoring framework of the National Environment Policy 2022-2032; and provided great support to our Pa Enua officers as they conducted household bulky waste surveys.

He has provided invaluable support to NES outside of his assignments, such as being a member of the NES Careers Expo team; collecting bulky waste data for Manihiki; creating a Suwarrow Island communications note; and liaising with Cook Islands Tourism to include the new CITES online form and fact sheet into their newsletter to advise tourism accommodation operators.

Farewell, Papa Lindsay. Kia manuia

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