Writer/Editor Earth Negotiations Bulletin
Delia Paul started out as a journalist at a Malaysian daily paper, The Star
, and went on to work on environment and development programmes with agencies including World Vision and the Australian Conservation Foundation in her adopted home of Melbourne. She has worked in the Mekong region for many years, formerly managing corporate communications for the secretariat of a multilateral organization, the Mekong River Commission. Since completing an MA in Public Policy and Management at the University of York (UK) in 2008, she has been working as a researcher and writer with NGOs and multilateral organizations in Southeast Asia. The Living Mekong
, a picture book she co-authored with the photographer, was released last year by Silkworm Books and the University of Washington Press. Her Master’s research on public participation in river basin management was published in late 2010 by the University of York, and she is currently pursuing her interest in environmental decision making through assignments with Oxfam Australia and other agencies.