Graduate Certificate in
Environmental Management and Development
Duration: 1 semester full time, 1 year part time
Minimum: 24 units
The Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management and Development is designed to meet the needs of those professionally engaged in government and other policy-related organisations or activities and wish to extend their understanding of key approaches to environmental management and development, but who do not wish to take the full 48 unit Graduate Diploma or Master of Environmental Management and Development. The Certificate provides students with a range of opportunities for advanced investigation of the analytical skills, public policies and practical tools required for advising on key environmental management and development issues such as biodiversity conservation and climate change.
The Graduate Certificate is currently available on-campus at either a full-time or part-time intensity. There are also intensive and distance-education delivery options available. The program can be completed fully on-line for those unable to attend the university.
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Frank Jotzo works on the economics and policy of climate change, energy economics and policy, as well as on broader issues of economics, environment and development. He has researched these topics for over a decade, focusing on Australia and countries of the Asia-Pacific. Frank has advised governments and consulted for international organisations. He has been advisor to Australia's Garnaut Climate Change Review, advisor to Indonesia's Ministry of Finance, consultant to the World Bank including the Partnership for Market Readiness program, and is a Lead Author of the Fifth Assessment Report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Frank is Associate Professor at the Crawford School, Director of the Centre for Climate Economics and Policy, and an ANU Public Policy Fellow.