Merimee completed his masters in Environmental Chemistry from Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria, South Africa. He is among the ad hoc group of experts on effectiveness evaluation of the minamata convention and the conference of parties (COP) on mercury. He has experience in undertaking large scales ESIAs as well as compilation of mitigation and rehabilitation plans; chemical inventories and national action plans. Merimee holds the position of Environmental Consultant. He has experience in the fields of Environmental and Social Impact Assessment and environmental management system (EMS).
Merimee is also EmiAfrican’s stakeholder specialist, Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions, Climate Change and mercury inventories specialist. He has done GHG and Hg emission inventories, audits on emission estimation controls and ex ante emission estimations for clients in the mining and power generation industries in western, central and southern Africa. Merimee has a technical background and he is able to quickly identify the most pertinent issues of a particular project whilst focussing on driving project success by rigorously implementing project management tools. He has published numerous scientific articles, and taught government officials and NGOs from more than twenty countries in environmental and development-related courses, and wrote several books.
Skype account: kalumba.merime1