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Timothy Killeen

Timothy J. Killeen is a conservation scientist with broad expertise in botany, forest ecology and natural resource economics.  Tim has advised both private and public stakeholders on sustainability issues linked to the production of palm oil, soy, beef and coffee, as well as participated in environmental evaluations of infrastructure projects including pipelines, highways and hydroelectric facilities. Tim’s perspective on the Amazon is informed by his life experience. A 35-year resident of Bolivia, he has forged friendships with Indigenous and pioneer families, biologists and environmental advocates, as well as with ranchers, soybean farmers, gold miners, petroleum engineers and politicians.