Dr. Johanna Nalau Wins Emerging Leadership Award for Climate Adaptation Work

Written by Binna Burra

August 25, 2023

Congratulations go to one of our shareholders and Board member on the emerging Binna Burra Foundation, Dr Johanna Nalau.

Dr Nalau is based at the Griffith University School of Environment and Science and teaches the university’s world-first master’s degree in climate change adaptation.

Recently, she was named as the joint winner of the national Emerging Leadership Award alongside an academic from the University of New South Wales, recognising for her work in the climate adaptation field and her significant contributions to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC).

Johanna represented the Binna Burra Foundation at the recent signing of the updated Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Griffith University, Binna Burra Lodge and the Binna Burra Foundation.

At the MOU signing in August 2023

Danielle Godbier, Director, Industry and External Engagement, Griffith University | Steve Noakes, Chair of Binna Burra Lodge Ltd | Dr Johanna Nalau, Griffith University and Board member of Binna Burra Foundation | Sally McPhee,  Principal Engagement Manager (Science, Engineering, IT & Environment) | Office of the Vice President Industry and External Engagement, Griffith University

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