Climate Spectator announces new editor

Tristan Edis to join Climate Spectator from the Grattan Institute.

Tristan Edis of the Grattan Institute is to become the new editor of Climate Spectator, the AIBM publishing group announced earlier today.

Edis is currently a research fellow at the Grattan Institute's Energy Research Group and a regular contributor to both Climate Spectator and the wider debate on environmental issues.

With a distinguished career in both business and public policy, Edis will assume the role on February 20. Daniel Palmer, currently a commentary sub-editor at Business Spectator, will also join Climate Spectator, as assistant editor.

Edis, who replaces founding editor Giles Parkinson, has previously worked with Ernst and Young Project Finance Advisory Group, the Clean Energy Council and as a business consultant with Ferrier Hodgson and Andersen Business Consulting.

After joining the Grattan Institute in August 2009 Edis has released a range of publications and reports in the environmental area that have stoked policy thinking in Canberra, including: Restructuring the Australian Economy to Emit Less Carbon (April 2010), and Learning the hard way – Australia's policies to reduce pollution (April 2011).

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