A photographic portrait of Fiona Hancock
The time for talking about climate action is past. Organisations that are not responding to decarbonisation will be left behind.

Fiona Hancock

EY Oceania Climate Change and Sustainability Services Partner

Climate change leader, passionate about decarbonisation. Engineer, women in STEM advocate, vigneron and amateur ceramicist.

Fiona is a Partner with EY’s Climate Change and Sustainability Services team. She has over 15 years’ experience in climate change and sustainability, with extensive knowledge of climate change and energy policy, climate risk and decarbonisation.

Fiona has helped many organisations identify, develop and deliver sustainability and climate change strategies that address risk and opportunity. She has contributed to the development of EY’s global decarbonisation framework, which encompasses climate risk and opportunity assessment, decarbonisation pathway development, scenario analysis and strategy development.

Prior to joining EY in 2015, Fiona worked in the oil and gas sector in various carbon and sustainability roles, and the cement sector as a process engineer.

Fiona holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of South Australia, a graduate certificate in Energy and Resources from University College London, and a bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Chemical) from the University of Adelaide.

How Fiona is building a better working world

I am passionate about understanding the risks and opportunities of climate change, including the physical impacts resulting from the changing climate, and the transition risks and opportunities presented by the global shift to net zero emissions.

Assisting clients to understand and respond to these risks and opportunities, including decarbonisation strategies and disclosure of climate-related information, enhances the creation of long-term value for these clients and supports a more orderly climate transition across the economy.

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