Masters Student and Outdoor Educator, University of Tasmania / Various Schools
Amanda is a Masters student studying Ecology at the University of Tasmania. Her current research investigates how climate change affects soil nitrogen cycling, which is important as plants need nitrogen to grow, and we all need plants to survive! She also worked in Outdoor Education for eight years, taking young people on adventure in the wilderness to inspire them to connect with and care for our environment. She is now studying science as she believes it is the toolkit with which we can develop practical solutions to the many environmental challenges of our time.