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About Roslyn Taplin

Qualifications:
PhD (Environmental Policy) (Griffith University)
MEnvStud (University of Tasmania)
M Art MArtAdmin (University of New South Wales)
BAHons (Macquarie University)
BSc (University of Queensland)
Ros Taplin’s research background and qualifications are in sustainability science and her primary research focus is on climate change including impacts and adaptation, international policy on climate change, and Australian climate change policy. Her research experience also has involved working on policy and management issues related to a broad cross-section of environmental areas including: sustainable energy, air quality, corporate responsibility and sustainability, new environmental policy instruments, environmental impact assessment, voluntary environmental agreements, and sustainable cities and regions. She is an enthusiastic and committed transdisciplinary researcher and works from a perspective oriented towards practical decision-making outcomes.
Prior to Bond University, Ros was Director of the Environmental Management Program in the Graduate School of the Environment, Macquarie University. She was also a former Director of the Climatic Impacts Centre, Macquarie University, and has held academic positions at RMIT University and at the University of Adelaide. She also has a decade of consulting experience involving a broad range of sectors of industry (insurance, manufacturing, energy, mining and resources) and government (state and federal). She was a Principal Greenhouse Consultant with both ACIL Consulting and a Principal Environmental Consultant for SMEC (Snowy Mountains Engineering Corporation).

Positions

Present Professor of Environmental Management & Program Director, Bond University
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Contact Information

Faculty of Business, Technology and Sustainable Development
Bond University QLD 4229
Australia
Phone: +61 7 5595 2179

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