Tara Shine: a leading light on climate change

Each week, as part of the Business Post’s podcast Five Degrees of Change, Daniel Murray asks an expert in climate, energy and environment to outline three policy proposals and two personal changes they believe would make for a cleaner, greener world. This week’s guest is environmental consultant Tara Shine

Daniel Murray

Political Correspondent @danieltmurray
8th March, 2020
Tara Shine: a leading light on climate change
Tara Shine runs Change By Degrees, a sustainability consultancy business. Picture: John Allen

Tara Shine has more than 20 years’ experience working at the highest level on climate policy. From her work on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change negotiation to her stint advising Mary Robinson on climate justice, Shine has witnessed the political system coming to terms with the reality of climate change.

She now runs a sustainability consultancy business, Change By Degrees, with her colleague Madeleine Murray. It helps organisations pivot their business models...

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