Project Manager, climate and energy policy, ClimateWorks Australia
Prior to ClimateWorks Anna was Assistant Director at the Climate Change Authority. She also worked on climate policy in the non-government sector, including as Director of Climate Action Network Australia and in Victorian Government.
Anna’s climate policy expertise builds on her policy roles in London government on environment and sustainable development. She also has experience in international development, including in Latin America, and in urban conservation.
Anna holds an MSc in Forestry and its relation to Land Use from Oxford University and a BSc in Ecological Science (Ecology Hons) from Edinburgh University. She has also completed post-graduate modules in Urban Regeneration at the University of London.
In an energy crisis, every watt counts. So yes, turning off your dishwasher can make a difference
Jun 21, 2022 22:34 pm UTC| Economy
Australias east coast energy market has been on a rocky road for the past few weeks. It begs the question: how could the market change to avoid the next crisis? To date, discussion has largely focused on the need to...
We can be a carbon-neutral nation by 2050, if we just get on with it
Mar 04, 2019 12:59 pm UTC| Insights & Views
This is part of a major series called Advancing Australia, in which leading academics examine the key issues facing Australia in the lead-up to the 2019 federal election and beyond. Read the other pieces in the series...
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