Rob Law

Rob is a project manager with over 15 years working in the areas of climate change policy, natural resource management and urban greening  for state and local governments, research institutions, and not for profit organisations.  For six years, Rob worked on modelling carbon in forests in the Northern Territory, and for the Victorian Governments innovative Land Carbon project. Rob currently works for the Northern Alliance for Greenhouse Action, a formal network of nine local governments in metropolitan Melbourne working together to achieve emissions reductions and build climate change resilience in the region. Robs current work with NAGA focusses on building the capacity and networks of local government to enhance urban greening across Melbourne’s inner north. Rob is passionate about advocating for stronger greening policies and working to bring different stakeholders together to create a greener city to live in. Rob is passionate about increasing urban greening in our cities and regions as a way to build resilience to climate change, improve health and wellbeing and environmental outcomes. If you are interested in working with local governments to improve greening outcomes, get in touch!