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RESEARCH & SOCIAL CHANGE

Rebecca Huntley

Rebecca Huntley is one of Australia’s foremost social researchers.

Rebecca currently heads Vox Populi Research, and before this, she was a director at Ipsos and Essential Media. She has also authored numerous books including Australia Fair: Listen to the Nation – the first Quarterly Essay for 2019 – where explores public sentiment about the environment, particularly how peoples’ attitudes to democracy and the role of government impact their response to climate change.

Rebecca writes, broadcasts and hosts podcasts for a range of media outlets, including the Guardian and the ABC. Rebecca holds degrees in law and film studies and a PhD in Gender Studies. She is on the board of The Whitlam Institute and The Bell Shakespeare Company. Her next book will be published in 2020,  How We Can Talk About Climate Change So People Listen.


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“There’s no shortage of research that shows people are worried about climate change. The problem is not people thinking it’s a problem, the problem is what are people willing to do about it.“


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