Anna Rose is an author and campaigner who has worked for over two decades to help Australia make progress on climate change. She’s a Director of Farmers for Climate Action, a Governor of WWF-Australia, author of the book “Madlands: A Journey to Change the Mind of a Climate Sceptic” and co-starred in the ABC documentary “I Can Change Your Mind on Climate Change”. Anna is a Churchill Fellow, a former Myer Foundation Innovation Fellow, an Associate at Melbourne University Sustainable Society Institute and a Visiting Fellow at the ANU Climate Change Centre. She is an advisor to the Jewish Climate Network, an advisory board member of the University of Queensland’s Global Change Institute and The Australian Geographic Society, and a former Director of Solar Citizens, Green Music Australia and the Aussie Farmers Foundation. She is a former Australian Geographic Society Conservationist of the Year, was a finalist in the Australian of the Year Awards, and is the recipient of the Sierra Club’s Earthcare Award for International Environmental Protection. Anna co-founded the Australian Youth Climate Coalition and was head of Earth Hour for WWF-Australia. She was recently named one of the Australian Financial Review/ Westpac’s 100 Women of Influence for 2019.
Director, Farmers for Climate Action