Miriam Supuma

About Miriam Supuma

Programme Manager, Biocultural Diversity

Miriam joined Synchronicity Earth in April 2021. She has been working with conservation organisations in Papua New Guinea (PNG) for over 10 years; the Wildlife Conservation Society-PNG Program and later the Papua New Guinea Institute of Biological Research Inc (IBR). Her experience includes fundraising for conservation and capacity building projects while also overseeing project management. She has interests in the subsistence use of birdlife and its links to culture in the form of headdress adornment. Miriam holds a PhD in Environmental Science and Conservation from the James Cook University, Australia. Prior to Synchronicity Earth, Miriam was a special adviser to The Christensen Fund.

An Interview with Miriam Supuma

Miriam Supuma has been working for over ten years with conservation organisations in Papua New Guinea, a country that comprises 1% of the world’s land but around 7% of its biodiversity. Miriam joined Synchronicity Earth in April 2021 to lead its Biocultural Diversity Programme (formerly the Flourishing Diversity Programme), which focuses on the recognition [...]

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