Bryan is a consultant on environmental management and international development issues primarily focused on East Africa.  He and his family live near Naivasha and have lived in Kenya since the 1920s.  Having spent the last decade in Southern Sudan, the DRC and Darfur he blogs about things that he is passionate about including international development, natural resource management, and conservation. He is currently involved in major natural resource management issues around land, carbon sequestration, and national development policies.  He has a BSc from the University of Maryland and a Master’s in Resource and Environmental Management from Dalhousie University.

All views and opinions expressed in this blog are the author’s alone, unless otherwise stated explicitly.


3 responses to “About

  1. Sid

    July 8, 2015 at 10:39

    please send to me your email address so we can include Dadacha in a notification for an rfp.

    • bryanadkins

      July 8, 2015 at 13:49

      Hi Sid – it’s bryan.a.adkins AT

  2. Keryn Adcock

    May 7, 2016 at 07:26

    Good article about the ivory burning Bryan. Protected and sustainable land for elephants and other wildlife is the bottom line indeed, and living on handouts is not a sustainable way of doing things for Kenya, in the face of economic & population pressures and human greed.


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