Di Dibley is an environmental lawyer with a long career in environment policy and advocacy. She has held positions as National Policy Director, Environment and Energy for the Australian Industry Group, Founder and Director of the Sustainable Industries Office for the Australian Conservation Foundation, National Policy Director, Greening Australia and Advisor and Researcher for AgriFood Skills Australia. She taught 3 constitutional Law at the University of Canberra. Di has served Advisory Boards for a number of organisations including the Australian Centre for Environmental Law and the NSW Ministerial Advisory Board for Environmental Education. She is currently undertaking a PhD at the Fenner School on the Intersections of Science, Economics, Law and Ethics: Repositioning humanity for the Anthropocene.