Conservationist, climate change campaigner and traveller
Suzanne is currently a climate change campaigner at the Australian Conservation Foundation. Her childhood was spent in Hawaii, close to nature and often in the ocean. She has an International Affairs degree from Lewis and Clark College in Oregon and a Masters of Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.
Hazelwood’s closure is yet another wake-up call that Australia needs a national energy transition plan.
Today’s COAG meeting of energy Ministers should work towards a coordinated national plan to transform Australia’s energy system.
07/10/2016 5:28 AM AEDT
Renewable energy is one of the best solutions to our greenhouse pollution -- as well as a solution for regions that need jobs.
02/09/2016 1:22 PM AEST
While Australia reels from an unsettled election, one thing remains clear: the next government will need to act quickly on climate change if we are to honour Australia’s Paris Climate commitments.
07/07/2016 6:22 AM AEST
Heatwaves receive less media and public attention than other extreme events such as flood and fire, but they kill more people than any other natural disaster and cause significant damage to ecosystems, agriculture and infrastructure.
18/12/2015 9:31 AM AEDT
The movement for change is growing by the day and it is broad, committed, inclusive and powerful. All over the world political leaders are being held to account for irresponsible climate policies by a growing community of people who want to see swift decisive action on climate change.
23/10/2015 8:15 AM AEDT
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