Murray-Darling Basin Authority
Phillip Glyde has been the Chief Executive of the Murray-Darling Basin Authority since January 2016. Immediately prior to this Phillip worked for the Department of Agriculture for nine years where he had responsibility for:
- Agriculture, fisheries and forestry policy and progress;
- International trade and market access;
- The regulation of live animal exports;
- Export certification services for food; and
- The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES).
Phillip joined the Australian Public Service in 1980 and has worked on natural resource management, industry and environment policies in a number of Australian government departments and overseas. At a national level Phillip has worked in the departments of Agriculture; Prime Minister and Cabinet; Environment; and Resources and Energy. Phillip has also worked at the resource Assessment Commission and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research organisation (CSIRO) and internationally with the Environment Directorate of the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris and the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in the United Kingdom.