Chairman: Jonathan Jutsen, Energetics
Jon founded Energetics in 1984, and is currently Executive Director, responsible for business development. Jon is a leading international expert on energy and carbon management with 30 years’ experience in the field, and has been recognised widely for his contributions. He is known for his innovation, and his public advocacy of effective action on climate change. Jon works with executive teams and Boards to assist them to understand the business opportunities from pro-active actions to mitigate carbon emissions and manage climate change impacts.
Deputy Chairman: Stuart White, Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney
Professor Stuart White is Director of the Institute for Sustainable Futures where he leads a team of researchers who create change towards sustainable futures through independent, project-based research. With over twenty years experience in sustainability research, Professor White’s work focuses on achieving sustainability outcomes at least cost for a range of government, industry and community clients across Australia and internationally. This includes both the design and evaluation of programs for improving resource use efficiency and an assessment of their impact. Professor White has written and presented widely on sustainable futures and is a regular commentator on sustainability issues in the media.
Mark Lister, Founding Executive Director of the Australian Alliance to Save Energy
Phillip Ridler, Schneider Electric
Laura Van Wie McGrory, Alliance to Save Energy (Washington, DC)
CEO: Chris Dunstan, Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney
Chris Dunstan is a Research Director at the University of Technology, Sydney’s Institute for Sustainable Futures. Chris has over 20 years’ experience in energy policy, strategic management and sustainability. Chris’ current research focuses on addressing regulatory and market barriers to the development of sustainable energy.
General Manager: Cate Muller
Cate Muller is a marketing and communications professional who has recently returned to Sydney from London and New York where she spent five years’ advising top companies across the globe on their sustainability communications.
In Memory of Peter Szental