Specializes in good governance, anti-corruption, and decentralization
Natural resource and environmental management, forestry, oil palm plantations, and mining
Facilitating farmers’ access to buyers and developing public-private partnerships
Assessment of sustainability and financial risks associated with palm oil operations
Democratization, village governance, and state budget analysis
Industry monitoring, field research, and GIS analysis
With more than 18 years of extensive experience gained on assignments during fieldwork in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Papua New Guinea, Adriani has worked as a campaigner, researcher, and auditor in collaboration with local communities and local NGOs, as well as with the media, judicial institutions, government, and parliament. The bulk of his work is associated with natural resource management and advocacy in Indonesia; an area in which he combines his excellent understanding of the palm oil and forestry industries with a keen sense of legal and policy analysis.