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Rosanne Stanway

First name
Rosanne
Last name
Stanway
Gender
Female
Nominating Country
Date of Nomination
Other Disciplines
1. Ecology 2. Community-Based Conservation
3. Ecosystem-Based Adaptation 4. Sustainable production
Thematic areas of disciplines: Climate change adaptation and sustainable production
Thematic Areas
UN languages spoken

English

Geographical Focus
Job function
Director of Sustainable Agriculture
Division
Conservation International
Nature of Organisation
Conservation International
Street Address Organisation
Heritage House
Suite 301, 20 Dryer Street
Claremont
City Organisation
Cape Town South
Post code Organisation
7735
Country Organisation
South Africa
Telephone number
021100390
Email
RSTANWAY@CONSERVATION.ORG
Work experience
Rosanne Stanway has an M.Sc. Botany cum laude from Stellenbosch University, with a
background in climate change adaptation, plant species conservation and citizen science. She has worked at CSA for six years, currently leading the Sustainable Agriculture portfolio within CSA
and is responsible for strategy development, implementation oversight, fundraising, reporting and
partner relationships. Since 2016, Rosanne has designed and delivered multiple training sessions
on the Conservation Stewards Programme model with over 100 stakeholders from Sub-Saharan
Africa, and has co-designed and led implementation of multilateral and government investments into
green business development, sustainable consumption and production, and job creation for sustainable
livelihoods.
Geographic area(s) of field of experience (countries/regions): South Africa & Sub-Saharan Africa
Highest Academic achievement and qualification
M.SC Botany cum Laude, Stellenbosch University, 2010
B.SC Hons Botany, University of Cape Town, 2005
B.SC Botany and Zoology, University of Cape town, 2003
Number of Publications
5
Publication titles
1 Mills, A.J., Birch, S-J.C, Stanway, R. , Huyser, O. , Chisholm, R.A., Sirami, C. & Spear, D. 2013. Sequestering carbon
and restoring renosterveld through fallowing: a practical conservation approach for the Overberg, Cape Floristic
Region, South Africa. Conservation Letters 6 (4) 255-263.
2. Contribution of C.A.P.E. Business and Biodiversity Initiatives to conservation of critical biodiversity, landscape
connectivity and ecological support areas. Unpublished report for Green Choice Alliance, Conservation South Africa, Kirstenbosch, South Africa.
3 Raimondo, D, Stanway, R & Maze, K. 2015. South Africa’s Strategy for Plant Conservation, Target 6:
Conservation of Production Lands.