Angus Emmott is a pastoralist and beef cattle producer, who, with his wife and two children, lives in the top end of the Queensland channel country. He is a keen natural historian with an interest in natural resource management. Angus has been involved in the Lake Eyre Basin process since it was formed, and is currently a Board member of the Great Artesian Basin Coordinating Committee, and a member of the Australian Floodplain Association. Mr Emmott is highly regarded by community, industry and the scientific community.
Angus is the Independent Chair and represents pastoral, community and natural resource management interests on the CAC.