Martijn Wilder AM

Honorary Professor

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Martijn Wilder heads Baker & McKenzie's Global Climate Change and Emissions Trading Practice. Representing an international client base; Martijn has advised numerous governments and international agencies on the development and design of climate change and emissions trading laws including the EU; Australia and NZ; Malaysia; a number of Southern African governments; UNEP and UNDP. He is also Chair of the NSW Climate Change Council; Chair of the NSW GGAS DSA Transition Taskforce; Chair of the NSW Government Carbon Trading Hub Taskforce; on the NSW GGAS Transition Taskforce; on the advisory board of the Voluntary Carbon Scheme Agriculture; Forestry and other Land Use (AFOLU) Standard on the Governing Board of the UK Government's Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP); Chair of TRAFFIC (Oceania) and a Governor of WWF.

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Graduation July 2017 Student holds ANU Frame
Alumnus Martijn Wilder AM spoke to ANU law graduates about his journey since graduating from ANU Law in 1992, the same year that the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change was adopted.

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