In 2013 Megan Bowman completed her PhD at the Australian National University’s Regulatory Institutions Network in Canberra, Australia. Megan Bowman graduated with honors in Arts/Law from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia and completed her Master of Laws (specialising in International Relations and International Law) at McGill University in Montréal, Canada. She articled at the top-tier Australian commercial law firm of Allens Arthur Robinson where she practised in commercial and environmental law. She has also practised at the Environment Defenders Office (Vic), a specialist non-government organisation within Australia. Bowman is currently a Lecturer in Law at Victoria Law School, Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia. She is also a founding member of the Climate and Environmental Governance Network (Australian National University) and a research associate to the Centre for Strategic Economic Studies (Victoria University).
Banking on climate change: the role and motivations of the banking industry to assist climate change mitigation and the move to a low-carbon global economy