Joined the NGO in 1972. He was elected Hon General Secretary in 1979 a post he held till 1990. In 1990 he was elected President.
He is qualified in Business Managment and Administration.
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Responsible for day to day running and international affairs, representing the organisation in various official events.
Hon General Secretary
Joined NTM durng the late 1980s while a student at University studying law. After graduating he remained active in the environment sphere especially as regards environmental legislation, policies and ethics, as well as conservation measures to protect flora and fauna. Eventually, in 2002 wasI was approached by ex-NT Council member and invited to submit his nomination for membership of the NT Council. Since then he has recurrently been elected as a member of the NT Council, holding offices ranging from Youth Coordinator to his current post of Hon. General Secretary
Senior Council Official. Responsible for NTM records and is the organisation legal advisor
Responsibility is temporary under the Executive President
Joined Nature Trust (Malta) in 2004, when HSBC supported the shark project. In 2010 she was appointed on the Council assigned the position of the Marine Conservation Officer.
Responsible for NTM marine issues, the Marine Conservation Committee and the Marine Rescue Team – a group of volunteers.
Education Secretary – Esther Sammut Carbone
Conservation Officer – Flora Issues
Has been a member of NTM since 2007. He was elected on Council in 2008. He has been the author of several floral articles in ‘Ballottra’, ‘Archipelago’, and also in the NTM’s Scientific Journal, ‘The Central Mediterranean Naturalist’ He has also organised several outdoor walks for NTM members. As a Flora Conservation Officer, he focuses on the variety of wild plants that grow in the Maltese islands and their important habitats and distribution. In 2010, for the first time, he commenced delivering short lectures on local flora for special NTM environmental courses.
Responsible for NTM flora iisues.
Conservation Officer – Fauna issues
Became member of NTM since childhood. Was elected as on the NTN Council in 2005. Since then he contributed to several articles and Scientific works in all NTM`s publications including press releases for the same society. in 2008 he was appointed on the organisation’s editorial board of the scientific journal – ‘The Central Mediterranean Naturalist’. He has been activily involved in the organisation of several outdoor walks As a Fauna Conservation Officer, he focuses on the variety of Fauna in the Maltese islands and their important habitats and distribution also gathering data. He also delivers lectures on local fauna for special NTM environmental courses.
Responsible for NTM fauna issues.
Conservation Officer – Climaye Change
Zachary Engerer has been the Youths Coordinator of Nature Trust (Malta) since January 2009 and an active volunteer with the organisation since the summer of 2007. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology and Chemistry in 2010 and did his final dissertation in Wied Għollieqa – one of the nature reserves managed by Nature Trust (Malta). Following his Bachelor’s Degree, Zach is now reading for a Post-Graduate Certificate in Education, specialising in Science.
His main role in the organisation is to establish a link between students and the organisation and also help in the running of various activities and projects. He also represents Nature Trust (Malta) through a number of published articles in newsletters and magazines both locally and abroad.
Responsible for NTM Youth Affairs and represents NTM on the YEE