Arjuna Dibley is a lawyer with a specialism in Indonesian law and international climate change law. He is currently an Associate in the Global Climate Change Practice of Baker & McKenzie, where his practice focuses on providing advice to governments, multilateral organisations, development banks, global and domestic not-for-profits and Global Fortune 500 companies related to projects and programs to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. He has worked on projects in Australia, Africa, South America, and Southeast Asia, and particularly in Indonesia.
Arjuna is also a regular contributor to academic and public discussions on Indonesian law and policy, climate change law and policy and Australia’s relationships with Asia. His writing on these topics have been published in, among others, the Carbon and Climate Law Review, The Age, The Guardian, The Jakarta Post, Inside Indonesia and several leading policy blogs. He is also an Associate at the University of Melbourne’s Centre of Indonesian Law, Islam and Society and has guest lectured on these topics at leading Australian universities.
Arjuna is a co-founder of AIYA and its inaugural President until July 2015. He has been widely recognised for his work on climate change and Indonesian law and on AIYA, including being awarded an Australian Law Award for best lawyer under 30 years old, an Australian Leadership Award by the Australian Davos Connection and a Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Endeavour Award.
Further information on our other Advisory Board members will be released in due course.