Andrew Campbell is the Director of the Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL) and Director of the Centre for Renewable Energy at Charles Darwin University. Professor Campbell was previously Managing Director of Triple Helix Consulting, and he has played influential roles in natural resource management in Australia for 25 years. He has considerable research leadership experience, notably as Executive Director of Land & Water Australia from 2000-2006. He has also had senior policy roles in land, water and biodiversity management as a senior executive in the Australian Government environment portfolio. Andrew was instrumental in the development of Landcare, working with the National Farmers' Federation and the Australian Conservation Foundation to develop the proposal that catalysed the Decade of Landcare. He was Australia's first National Landcare Facilitator from 1989-92, and he pioneered the concept of Whole Farm Planning as Manager of the privately-funded Potter Farmland Plan initiative in western Victoria in the 1980s.
Andrew Campbell is Chair of the Board of the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN), a Visiting Fellow at the Fenner School of Environment and Society at the Australian National University (ANU), and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Andrew maintains an involvement in his family farm in western Victoria, where his family have been farming since the 1860s.
Managing Director, Triple Helix Consulting
Executive Director, Land & Water Australia
Assistant Secretary, Sustainable Landscapes, Environment Australia
National Landcare Facilitator, Landcare
Wageningen Agricultural University, MSc, Management of Agricultural Knowledge Systems
University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Forest Science (Hons)
Victorian School of Forestry, Creswick, Diploma of Forestry
Managing Australian Soils: a policy discussion paper, Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Canberra
Food, energy, water: conflicting insecurities (and the rare win-wins offered by soil stewardship), Journal of Soil and Water Conservation USA. 63:5 pp149-151
Managing Australian Landscapes in a Changing Climate, Department of Climate Change, Canberra
The Getting of Knowledge: a guide to funding and managing applied research, Land & Water Australia, Canberra
Landcare: communities shaping the land and the future, Allen and Unwin, Sydney
Planning for Sustainable Farming: the Potter Farmland Plan story, Lothian Books, Port Melbourne