Reflections from The Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor , Kaitohutohu Mātanga Pūtaiao Matua ki te Pirimia, Professor Juliet Gerrard, on the role, the work, and the ongoing projects of the office.
As the Office swings into action for 2019 we welcome the final member of our team – Dr Rachel Chiaroni-Clarke. Rachel was the successful applicant in our search for a Research Analyst and Writer. We had a huge amount of interest in this position and so Rachel...Read More
Kia ora koutou In my first reflection in October, I foreshadowed a few changes to the Departmental Science Advisory network. After a lot of conversations in Wellington and within the group of advisors, we have decided the best way to enable a team approach to...Read More
As I’ve travelled around the country, lots of people have asked how many people work in my team and what they do, and been surprised that we are only a small group - much smaller than the office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, for...Read More