Dr Rebecca Nadin
Dr Rebecca Nadin is an experienced strategic leader and has expertise in optimising socio-economic and technical systems to manage changing political and climate risks in China and Asia. She has over 14 years experience in emerging markets managing and troubleshooting large-scale government projects in the field of sustainability and climate change.
She is the founder of PLAN8, which specialises in providing comprehensive risk analysis for government and business clients, to identify and prioritise climate and political risk, helping them to seize the opportunities and understand the challenges. She is also the Director of the Adapting to Climate Change in China Project (ACCC Phase I & II) advising Provincial & Municipal government decision makers in China on climate risk and planning. She is an adjunct lecturer at the Centre for Environment and Population Health, Griffith University Australia and recently published ‘Climate Risk and Resilience in China’ (Routledge), peer reviewed as ‘a new standard work of reference for climate change adaptation challenges and policy responses in China’.