Fiona Berry B Env Mgt (Sus Dev)

Senior Research Consultant

Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS

City
Sydney, Australia
Discipline
Environmental Sciences
Interests
Climate Change Risk & Management Carbon Accounting & Strategy Energy Efficiency Renewable Energy Energy Modelling Corporate Sustainability Sustainable Urban Development Education for Sustainability Change Management Behavioural Studies
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Publications

  • Electricity Retailer Disclosure Study

    Berry F, Rutovitz J, Downes J

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  • California Local Government Strategic Energy Action Report

    Reed. J, Keneipp. K, Jensen. T, Berry. F

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  • Business Guide to a Low Carbon Economy - California

    Berry. F, Skikne. S, Reid. D, Fricke. C

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  • Airport Sustainability Practices

    Berry. F, Gillhespy. S, Rogers. J

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  • Education about and for sustainability in Australian business schools: Stage 1

    Tilbury. D, Crawley. C, Berry. F

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Professional experience

Senior Research Consultant

Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS

May 2012 - Present

Casual Consultant

ClimateWorks Foundation

March 2012 - May 2012 (2 months)

Senior Climate Change Analyst

Science Applications International Corporation

March 2007 - October 2010 (3 years 7 months)

Senior Sustainability Consultant

ARUP

March 2007 - March 2009 (2 years)

Senior Sustainability Consultant

ARUP

March 2001 - March 2007 (6 years)

Education history

University of New South Wales

Postgraduate Course - Sustainable Electrical Energy Technology Assessment

September 2012 - December 2012 (3 months)

GPEM School, University of Queensland

Environmental Management (Sustainable Development)

March 1999 - November 2003 (4 years 8 months)