Felicia Lasmana is Indonesian conservation biologist with interests range across the field of environmental sciences, applied ecology, and conservation sciences in particular bats and other mammals. She has great interest in application of conservation science into practical solution such as ethical tourism and sustainability related issue. Felly also has experience as contractor and subcontractor for biodiversity conservation and natural resource management project in agriculture, forestry, and mining sectors.
In the present time, Felly works as biodiversity specialist at Daemeter Consulting in Bogor, West Java. She has worked on baseline survey, investment due diligence, policy analysis and development, and primarily High Conservation Value (HCV) assessments to reach sustainable oil palm certification in Indonesia. She previously had Bachelor and Masters Degree in Biology and Environmental Sciences from Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia. Both supported by scholarship from Indonesian Government and International NGOs. Felly also had received numbers of training in forestry, tropical ecology, and sustainable agriculture in Malaysia, China, and Indonesia.
In her downtime, Felly is also a blogger in Bahasa Indonesia – English, passionate traveler, avid reader, roller coaster junkie, barefoot walker, slow runner, part – time ashtanga yogini, mindful eater and selective omnivore, and also tea person. This website is dedicated to preserve her path journey, perspective and also to encourage other (Indonesian) traveler and conservationist to record daily experience in blogs and photos. She blogs mainly on minimalism, traveling, photojournalism, and fieldwork.