M.Sc. in Ecology and Conservation, Lancaster University (LU), UK
B.Sc. in Biology, minor in Chemistry and Psychology, The American University in Cairo, Cairo, Egypt
Amina Soliman is a biologist who has experience participating in carrying out Environmental and Social Impact Assessments (ESIAs); Biodiversity Impact Assessment and Biodiversity Action Plans; Ecological, physical and social baseline surveys; Critical Habitat Assessments; Solid waste management studies; Due diligence and site assessment, all comprising reporting and proposal writing. Amina’s skills include field surveying and ecological statistical analysis. Her academic and research background comprises environmental management, habitat management, conservation biology, wildlife monitoring techniques, lake ecology and environmental aspects of renewable energy, as well as field surveys at intertidal and shallow sub tidal zones concerning echinoderms and mussels, birds monitoring techniques, juvenile sea turtles surveys and farming.
Amina has participated in the extensive study carried out for Burullus Protected Area to develop a Species Action Plan (SPA) and develop guidelines for re-vegetation and restoration techniques of habitats. She has carried out baseline research and field surveys for the biodiversity of El-Showeila Offset Area and contributed to the report assessment of El-Showeila as a potential protectorate. Amina has taken part in various environmental studies carried out for projects in the fields of Integrated Coastal Zone Management; Tourism; Industry; Renewable and Conventional Energy; Infrastructure; Oil and Gas, and Agriculture.