Dr Andy Reisinger

PhD, University of Canterbury
Visiting Fellow, Climate Change Institute, Fenner School of Environment and Society
ANU College of Science
T: +64 21 0295 0310


(Virtual) Visiting Fellow at the Climate Change Institute, hosted by Prof. Mark Howden, to collaborate on research related to the role of agricultural greenhouse gas emissions and global efforts to limit warming to within the range indicated in the Paris Agreement.

Also Principal Scientist, Climate Change, at New Zealand's Ministry for the Environment, where my job is to provide a science-based inputs to the Ministry’s work. Prior to this role, I was Deputy Director (International) at the New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre, a fully-government funded Centre working in partnership with industry to develop and extend ways of reducing agricultural greenhouse gas emissions.

I'm also currently a member of the Bureau of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. I also served as coordinating lead author in two major IPCC climate change reports released in 2014.

My research interests focus on the role of agriculture in domestic and international climate change policy, climate change impacts and adaptation, and on uncertainty and its implications for decision-making.

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