Paul is an adjunct principal who leads our Hawai‘i office. He combines knowledge of Hawaiian resources with more than 40 years of experience with State and federal environmental regulatory processes. Paul’s efforts are focused on identifying workable approaches for renewable energy and land management projects in Hawai‘i, and conservation of native and endangered species. Paul’s background includes serving as the head of the Hawai‘i Division of Forestry and Wildlife, where he was responsible for developing and implementing wildlife, forestry, and watershed conservation plans and programs on both State and private lands. He was instrumental in the creation of landowner incentives and assistance provisions in Hawai‘i’s Endangered Species Act and other conservation programs.
Paul has an M.S. in wildlife biology from the University of Montana and a B.S. in wildlife biology from Arizona State University.
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