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Dave Moore

Dave came to GreenCollar in 2012 with 10 years of investment banking experience in Australia and overseas. Dave joined GreenCollar to use his skills to work on developing lasting and meaningful environmental markets projects. Having worked in the development of the carbon markets for a decade, he has extensive experience advising and working with a broad range of stakeholders including governments, corporates and NGOs. Currently he oversees the company’s overall commercial strategy, working with the team to develop innovative solutions to finance and address a range of ecosystem services, including, carbon, biodiversity, water and plastics. Dave still makes time to get out into the field where he builds and maintains strong relationships with our stakeholders and gets to see the direct results of GreenCollars’ work across regional communities all over Australia. He holds a Juris Doctor from the University of New South Wales and a degree in Political Science and international relations and acts as a director on a number of GreenCollar subsidiary boards.

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