Lieutenant Dominique Noome Functional Specialist (Reserves) in the Royal Netherlands Army and member of the Global Military Advisory Council on Climate Change.
After having worked for conservation organisation IUCN and in a National Park in Malawi for a couple of years, Dominique Noome co-founded the Ranger Campus Foundation in 2016, aiming to support wildlife rangers. As the main line of defence for the world’s biodiversity, rangers often struggle to get access to adequate training as well as equipment in order to perform their job safely and effectively. As Co-Founder and Program Lead for LEAD Ranger since 2017, Dominique is responsible for the day-to-day management of this innovative ranger train-the-trainer program operating in Africa.
She is also co-author, with Major Piet Wit, of “Winning the Environment: The Ecosystem Approach and its Value for Military Operations”, second edition, 2016 and, co-author, with of Marianne Kettunen and Johanna Nyman of “Reinforcing Environmental Dimensions of European Foreign and Security Policy”, January 2019.