Dr Alue Dohong

Dr Alue Dohong is an international environmentalist and the Indonesian Vice Minister of Environment and Forestry. His work has resulted in the protection of threatened ecosystems and empowerment of Traditional Owners.

Following his PhD at UQ, Dr Dohong was named Deputy for Construction, Operation and Maintenance at the Peatland Restoration Agency (Badan Restorasi Gambut), tasked with restoring two million hectares of degraded peatlands in seven provinces across Indonesia. In 2021, he was awarded the Australia Awards Indonesia Alumnus of the Year in recognition of his leadership and ongoing commitment to environmental sustainability in Indonesia.


International Alumnus of the Year
International Alumnus of the Year for outstanding contributions to the protection of threatened ecosystems.
Dr Alue Dohong (Indonesia) headshot


Doctor of Philosophy (Mapping Science)