Fiona Lord is a public policy professional, currently working at the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. In 2008-10, Fiona worked for Australia’s Department of Climate Change on the international climate change policy agenda. In 2011, Fiona joined AusAID and worked on the South Asia program, including on investments in water management, food security, energy infrastructure, and regional economic integration. In 2013, Fiona joined moved to a multilateral policy role in AusAID and is currently providing policy advice on the Post-2015 Development Agenda. Fiona has a Bachelor of Environmental Management and Law from Macquarie University.

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Australia’s big attempt to tackle climate change by introducing a carbon tax didn’t last long. The country’s conservative party repealed the law shortly after coming to power in 2013, despite overwhelming evidence that it was succeeding in lowering carbon emissions from large-scale producers. While environmentalists are once again …

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