Meet our jury, a panel with a passion for forests and great visuals. Bringing three different viewpoints, our jury comes from the Government of Indonesia, the Government of Australia and the Center for International Forestry Research.
Read more about their experience and background in their biographies.
M. Edliadi has managed and maintained CIFOR's photo and video productions for the past eight years. Altogether, he has over 13 years of experience as a videographer, editor and photographer. Together with CIFOR's communications team he has traveled extensively through Asia, Africa and Europe to produce stunning photographs and video documentaries to support CIFOR’s research publications.
Kushla heads up the International Climate Change Branch in the Australian Government Department of the Environment and Energy. Kushla is responsible for international strategic climate policy, including on carbon markets, transparency and accounting, and the delivery of international partnerships on forests and blue carbon.
Simon Onggo currently works in the Public Relations Bureau of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry. His work has been published in National Geographic Traveler Indonesia magazine, Garuda Indonesia's Colors magazine, and several other aviation magazines. His work has also been featured in a number of published books, including Framing Conservation Harmony (2014), Sumba Dragonflies (2016), Birds in Matalawa National Park (2017) and most recently, Humba Ailulu (2018).