Alan Tate

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Alan Tate "has been involved in national and international climate change policy for more than 10 years. Throughout the 1990s, Alan was responsible for attending, analysing, and reporting the negotiated passage of the Kyoto Protocol for the national audience of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in his role as National Environment Correspondent. He has attended every Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC since their inception and has a wide range of political, corporate, and NGO contacts within the COP process. He has received a wide range of awards for his environmental reporting, including Australia’s most prestigious journalism award – the Gold Walkley.

"Alan left journalism in 1998 to help facilitate and advise business on the trend towards corporate sustainability. He was appointed a director of Ecos Corporation and headed its climate change practice. During this period, Alan provided high-level strategic advice to major corporations in the United States and Australia." [1]

Alan is now a partner in Cambiar Pty Ltd and the current senior deputy chairman of Environment Business Australia. [2]

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  1. Advisory Board, The Natural Edge Project, accessed May 29, 2008.