- Led the Secretariat of the Interim Climate Change Committee and oversaw the committee’s inquiry into renewable electricity.
- Previously director of research and analysis for the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, led independent environmental investigations into issues including sea-level rise and agricultural greenhouse gas emissions.
- Spent seven years working for Motu Economic and Public Policy Research.
- Holds a BSc (Hons) in Mathematics, and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Science (Meteorology).
CareerParliamentary Commissioner for the Environment / Te Kaitiaki Taiao a Te Whare Pāremata
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