Dr Jamie Pittock, the US Studies Centre's Program Leader for the Australia and United States Climate, Energy and Water Project, was a keynote speaker at this seminar in Darwin hosted by Charles Darwin University and The Australian National University.
A growing population and changing climate change are putting enormous pressure on governments and industry to find new, innovative ways to power our lives. Drawing on research from Australia, Europe and the United States, this seminar explored the complexities of the 'climate-energy-water' nexus, with a particular focus on meeting Darwin's needs for the coming decades.
Professor Andrew Campbell, Director, Research Institute for Environment & Livelihoods, Charles Darwin University
Dr Karen Hussey, ANU Water Initiative, The Australian National University
Dr Jamie Pittock, Program Leader, Australia and United States Climate, Energy and Water, US Studies Centre
Ms Vikki McLeod, Director, Energy Policy and Climate Change Unit, Department of the Chief Minister NT Government
Ms Megan Jolley, Manager, Energy Strategy Remote Operations, Power and Water Corporation
The Australia and United States Climate, Energy and Water Project is part of the Dow Sustainability Program at the US Studies Centre.