Australian Ambassador for the Environment Mr Patrick Suckling

Australian Ambassador for the Environment Mr Patrick Suckling

Australian Ambassador for the Environment Mr Patrick Suckling

26 Jul 2017
Australian Ambassador for the Environment Mr Patrick Suckling

This panel address by Australian Ambassador for the Environment Mr Patrick Suckling on 26 July 2017, co-hosted by the Perth USAsia Centre and the UWA Oceans Institute, focused on Australia's obligations under the Paris Climate Accord.

Key Takeaways

  • Ambassador Patrick Suckling is a senior career officer with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). He is responsible for promoting and protecting Australia’s national interests on global environmental issues, including through leading Australia’s negotiations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

  •  An effective international response to climate change supports Australia’s long-term economic, environmental and security interests. Ambassador Suckling discussed what Australians and Australian policymakers are doing to implement the Paris Agreement, and to promote sustainable development with positive environmental outcomes.

  • This public address is a lead-up event to the In The Zone 2017 conference "The Blue Zone".  In the Zone will explore the sustainability of the Indian and Pacific Oceans with respect to environment, resources and security issues.


Hugo Seymour is a Research and Program Assistant at the Perth USAsia Centre

Authors

Hugo Seymour
Hugo Seymour
Research Officer
Hugo Seymour is the Research Officer at the Perth USAsia Centre. He develops content and publishes on Western Australia and Australia's engagement in the Indo-Pacific region.
More details
back to blog