Roger is a climate change research scientist at the University of Melbourne and an Energy Analyst for the Melbourne Energy Institute. His main focus of research is the impact of the ozone hole on southern Australia’s climate, but he is spends a lot of time researching different energy technologies with the goal of finding the optimal mix of solutions to met our energy needs without killing the plant. He was a co-author on the International Energy Institute’s Energy Technology Perspectives 2008 publication and has worked at UNESCO in Paris and the National Center for Atmospheric Research in the USA on climate change issues. He’s been to Antarctica twice and would go again if his wife would let him. He’s into cycling as both a way to get around and to stay healthy, and wishes he had time to play his double bass.
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