Peter is a conservation biologist and landscape ecologist who has worked in the US, throughout Southeast Asia, and Kenya. He has published a number of papers on tiger conservation, rare species discoveries, ecosystem services, and the value of landscape conservation. As manager of WWF-Greater Mekong’s regional Landscape Conservation Programme from 2011-2014, Peter coordinated the work of WWF and partners to focus complementary conservation action on 7 focal landscapes in Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. He has worked with WWF and GIZ to develop knowledge platforms related to ecosystem services assessment and with the GMS Environmental Operations Center to support the development of its regional environmental knowledge hub. As Science and Data Co-lead for the SERVIR Mekong Project, Peter coordinates the efforts of a consortium of scientists engaged in building geospatial products, facilitating information sharing (through a regional geospatial information portal currently under development), andbuilding capacity to meet the Mekong region’s most pressing needs.