Skye Turner Walker joined SEI Asia in 2011. Skye works on climate change and related themes to assist different stakeholders in Asia.
Skye’s work assists to strengthen communities' communication, knowledge and support mechanisms for responding to associated environmental and climate change risks and uncertainty. She works on the Sustainable Mekong Research Network (Sumernet), which informs and influences policy on sustainable development issues in the Mekong region, and on the Regional Climate Change Adaptation Knowledge Platform (AKP) for Asia supporting research and facilitating Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) at the local, national and regional levels, and in strengthening adaptive capacity in the region.
Before joining SEI Asia, Skye managed projects in environmental sustainability education and behaviour change, climate change policy and sustainable transport for the Victorian government in Australia. Prior, she worked with RMIT University as a researcher and teaching education and environmental sustainability behaviour change, and also formerly worked as an environmental consultant. Skye holds a Masters of International Urban and Environmental Management and a Bachelor of Social Science (Environment) from RMIT University.