With nearly 20 years practical experience in climate change policy and research, Erwin Jackson has developed and led many national and international programs aimed at reducing greenhouse pollution. This work has been undertaken in Australia, Europe, North and South America, the Pacific and Antarctica.
He has represented non-governmental groups and advised government and business in national, regional and international fora, including being a non-governmental expert reviewer of the reports of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. He has sat on research advisory committees on low emission technology deployment for the CSIRO and the University of Queensland’s Centre for Low Emission Technology.
Erwin is currently a member of the Victorian Premier’s Reference Group on Climate Change. Erwin has written, researched and produced many publications on climate change and energy policy, including a number of peer review papers in scientific journals such as the Medical Journal of Australia. He has given lectures at institutions ranging from the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London to local community group meetings in far-north Queensland.