I am PhD student at the Fenner School of Environment and Society at the ANU. My supervisory panel includes and Dr Jack Pezzey (Chair, Fenner School), Professsor Karen Hussey (UQ), Dr Katherine Daniell, Dr Nicholas Engerer (both Fenner School) and Professor Ken Baldwin (Energy Change Institute).
Before beginning university I worked as a field assistant in biodiversity research as well as working for many years in the Federal Department of Health. Upon entering university as a mature age student I completed a Bachelor of Science and wrote my Honours thesis under the supervision of then Dr Karen Hussey and Dr Frank Jotzo titled "Addressing carbon leakage in climate policy: a synthesis, and assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of key policy responses."
I am also a research assistant and have worked on projects relating to Preferential Trade Agreements and how they impact the agriculture sector and environmental concerns, the role of the modern nation state in combating climate change, and the governance of the Great Barrier Reef.
Tidemann, C. 2019, Barriers to Energy Security in Australia: The Electricity Sector Governance and the Need for Change in Mouraviev, N. and Koulouri, A. (eds), Energy Security-Policy Challenges and Solutions for Resource Efficiency, pp. 93-122, Palgrave Macmillan, United Kingdom.
Tidemann, C., Engerer, N., Franklin, E., Hussey, K. and Pezzey, J.V.C. 2018, Promoting behind-the-meter battery storage: options for more effective government support and regulation, International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning, vol. 12, iss. 1, 77–98.
Hussey, K. and Tidemann, C.E. 2017. Agriculture in the Australia-EU economic and trade relationship, In: Elijah, A., Kenyon, D., Hussey, K. and van der Eng, P. eds. Australia, the European Union and the New Trade Agenda. ANU Press. Canberra. pp.97-119.