Stella is an international specialist in the field of climate change, sustainability and circular economy, working for over 30 years to a senior executive level. Stella has led large policy and delivery teams - public and private sector across the globe. Stella is a thought leader in her field. Stella’s PhD is in climate finance. The Ph.D. is sponsored by Realdania and centred on scaling up innovative city solutions and the underlying governance and finance models needed to underpin this. Special interest is the conditions for both city governments and investors to stimulate a proportional response to climate change. Interested in climate finance flows and the disparity between supply and demand in investment.
I teach at Bachelors and Masters level in areas related to my PhD and research interests.
Kemball-Cook, S., Grice, L., Beth-Libicki, S., Whittaker, S., (2017), Climate Risk and Due Diligence, Air and Waste Management Association - Finding Common Ground on Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Conference.
Whittaker, S., Major, A., Gerathy, P., (2004), Victoria’s emerging framework of regional governance for sustainability: The case of Catchment Management Authorities and Regional Catchment Strategies, Local Environment, 2004 9(6).
Whittaker, S., (1997), Are Australian Councils 'Willing and Able' to Implement Local Agenda 21?, Local Environment ,1 997 2(3).