Nadeem is currently working on the development of water reform policies in the Murray-Darling Basin. He has worked extensively in natural resource and land-use management policies for over 20 years. He has worked at local, state, federal and international policy arenas on the implementation and design of environment and NRM policies. His career spans the managing and shaping of research and policy programs in relation to water resource management, vegetation, land-use management and nature conservation.
Nadeem is a part-time PhD scholar at the Fenner School of Environment and Society where he is drawing upon his policy implementation experiences to better understand the design and evaluation of strategic policies such as the National Water Initiative, Regional Forest Agreements and Landcare programs. The end point being to better inform environment and sustainability policies