Sydney – LinkedIn
Ashley has had a lifelong interest in sustainability and for the environment environment, and after gaining a Bachelor of Science in Resource and Environmental Management, spent several years working in in carbon trading, renewable energy development, and has seen first hand how market concepts can help deliver environmental benefits. Ashley’s passion for science and technology inspires his optimistic pragmatism, and he believes that depsite the environmental challenges facing our earth, through bold experiments like seasteading, we can transform the way we live on the Earth for the benefit of all generations to come. Ashley works as a project manager at the University of Technology, Sydney, where he also attends the business school as a student completing a Masters of Business Administration.
“I think that The Seasteading Institute is a bold experiment that the universities’ talented student base will be able to get excited about, and I am excited about raising awareness of seasteading within the academic community, with those who have so much to offer in terms of thought-leadership and can help us realize viable seasteading technology.”