Accounting & Finance, Climate Change, Strategy, Facilitation, Sustainability ,

5-7 Werong Avenue
2782 New South Wales


Julian Crawford is a Director of EcoSTEPS and a project leader on strategy, climate change mitigation and adaptation, disaster risk management and resilience related projects with over fifteen years’ experience since 2000. He has worked on numerous projects across the Pacific region. Clients have included international inter-government organisations (IGOs) (eg PIFS, SPC and SOPAC), funding agencies (eg DFAT/AusAid, NZAid, UNEP, ADB, UNDP, GEF), major corporations and Australian Federal, State and Local Governments. Acts as a senior adviser on major policy work or is responsible for leading complex projects/programs, often involving the participation of one or more multidisciplinary teams. • Has a strong academic background (Oxford University, UK) and internationally recognized professional status in the field (Director and past-President ISSP (International Society of Sustainability Professionals). • Excellent thematic expertise: including Climate Change, Strategy, Stakeholder

Qualifications and credentials
Master in Natural Sciences, 1979, Completed, Oxford University
Global Reporting Initiative, 2008, Completed, GRI
Chartered Accountant, Fellow, 1984-Present
ISSP - International Society of Sustainability Professionals, President and Director, 2006-Present
English, Excellent, Excellent, Excellent, Excellent
Work experience
Climate financing specialist
Proposal writing/Report writing
Community trainer specialist
Capacity building specialist
EcoSTEPS, Director, Sydney, Australia, Fiji, Nauru, Project Director, Pacific Climate Change Finance Assessment Report: PIFS with EcoSTEPS, AusAID, UNDP Pacific Centre;, Pacific Climate Change Finance Assessment Report: PIFS with EcoSTEPS, AusAID, UNDP Pacific Centre; SPREP; SPC; EU (2012-13)
Ernst & Young, Director, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, Sydney, Australia
Nauru National Climate Change Finance Assessment, PIFS, Lead Consultant, Nauru, Nauru National Climate Change Finance Assessment to assist the Government of Nauru make informed decisions on measures to improve access to and manage