Founder and Executive Director
Dhitri has worked on climate and energy for more than a decade, including managing a development program for renewable energy financing in Indonesia and coordinating a major energy transition research collaboration between Australian and Indonesian universities and government research entities. She has also covered climate and energy issues as a journalist with Reuters and the BBC, where she covered a wide range of issues but developed a specialisation in environmental and climate reporting. Dhitri holds a Master’s Degree from the Australian National University (ANU) in Climate Change Policy and Economics. After graduating from ANU, she joined the ANU Climate Change Institute and Energy Change Institute as their Communications Manager. There, she worked with some of Australia’s most prominent climate scientists, economists and technologists at the frontier of clean and renewable energy.