Eliza Northrop is an international environmental lawyer at the World Resources Institute, specializing in climate change law and policy, indigenous rights and natural resource management. She has practiced law in the public and private sector for nine years, and holds a Master of Environmental Law and Master of Business Administration. She is a member of the Commonwealth Indigenous Protected Areas Sub-Committee and the South Australian Environmental Defenders Office Board of Management.
Her experience includes the analysis of complex public policy and legislative issues, negotiation of innovative land management arrangements, and development of legislative reform and strategic partnerships between the public and not-for-profit sectors. She has extensive experience in leading and managing a diverse range of projects, communicating with and balancing the interests of multiple stakeholders and being the key contact and expert on a particular field within an organization.
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Degrees & Universities
- B.A., University of Adelaide (Environmental Studies)
- B.L. (LL.B.), University of Adelaide
- M.B.A., University of South Australia
- LL.M., New York University School of Law (Environmental Law)