Emma Camp

DECRA & Chancellor's Research Fellow
University of Technology, Sydney
United Nations Young Leader for the Sustainable Development Goals
United Nations

Sydney, NSW

Contact me for

  • mentoring
  • sitting on boards or committees
  • providing an expert opinion
  • outreach activities
  • conference presenting
  • opportunities to collaborate

Biography

I am a coral biologist with research interests in the role marginal reef environments (e.g. mangrove habitats) can play in understanding the impact of future climate change on coral reefs. 

I am an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Research Award Recipient (DECRA) & Chancellors Postdoctoral Research Fellow within the Climate Change Cluster.

I am a National Geographic Explorer and 2019 Rolex Awards for Enterprise Associate Laureate. I am also a United Nations Young Leader for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This honorary position undertaken in September 2018 will last for two years and will see me work with the UN to advocate for #Youth2030, Women in STEM and the SDGs.

Alongside my research, I enjoy photography and communicating my research to the wider public.

Website: www.emmafcamp.com

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