Honoraries and Associates

MSSI benefits from the knowledge, influence and skills of our Honorary Fellows and Associates



  • Guy Abrahams, CEO and Co-Founder, of CLIMARTE: Arts for a Safe Climate.
  • Professor Kate Auty, Commissioner, for Sustainability and Environment, Australian Capital Territory Government.
  • Grant Blashki, Associate Professor, at the Nossal Institute for Global Health, University of Melbourne.
  • Kathryn Bowen, Social Epidemiologist, working at the nexus of climate change and global environmental issues.
  • Joyati Das, Senior international development professional, and human rights advocate for equity and justice.
  • Graeme Davison AO, Emeritus Sir John Monash Distinguished Professor, at Monash University.
  • Ian Dunlop, Governance and Sustainability Advisor, on climate change, energy and corporate governance.
  • Fergus Green, Climate policy consultant and researcher, London School of Economics and Political Science.
  • Tanya Ha, Environmentalist, broadcaster, writer and science and sustainability engagement specialist.
  • Dr Steven Henderson, Geographer, with research interests in urban and regional development, governance and sustainability.
  • David Holmgren, Australian environmental designer, ecological educator, writer and co-originator of the permaculture concept..
  • Carolyn Ingvarson, Convenor of Lighter Footprints, a community climate change action group.
  • Dr Cathy Oke, Sustainability Knowledge Broker and Consultant, Councillor at the City of Melbourne.
  • Kelly O’Shanassy, CEO, of the Australian Conservation Foundation.
  • Assoc. Professor Lauren Rickards, Associate Professor, in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University.
  • The Hon. Tom Roper, Former Australian Politician and Climate Change and Environmental Policy Advisor.
  • Anna Rose, Australian author, speaker and environmentalist.
  • Meredith Sussex AM, Chair of the Fishermans Bend Ministerial Advisory Committee and Lecturer in Urban Governance.
  • Helen Sykes, Founder of Future Leaders and President of the Trust for Young Australians.
  • Professor Patrick Troy, Emeritus Professor, of the Climate Change Institute at the Australian National University.