Join us for this exciting free, public event on offer as part of ECNT's inaugural NT State of the Environment Conference.
Amanda Cahill, the CEO of The Next Economy, will be speaking on A credible and climate just economic future for the NT.
To join us, you must RSVP and come to the Event Centre at the Botanical Gardens. We ask all public attendees of this event who are not attending the Conference to leave afterwards.
Amanda has spent over two decades working with inspiring people across Australia, Asia and the Pacific to create positive change on issues as diverse as economic development, public health, gender equality and climate adaptation.
The focus of her work at The Next Economy is to support communities, government, industry and others to develop a more resilient, just and regenerative economy. Most of this work involves supporting regional communities in Australia to strengthen their economies by embracing the transition to zero emissions. She is also widely sought after as a presenter and media commentator and has appeared in a number of books and films including the film 2040.
Amanda completed her PhD at the Australian National University on participatory action research approaches to economic development in the Philippines. She is an Adjunct Lecturer at The University of Queensland, an Industry Fellow at the Sydney Policy Lab at the University of Sydney, and a 2020 Churchill Fellow.