Postdoctoral Research Scientist, University of Sydney
Georgia is a conservation ecologist who finds innovative solutions for the impacts of invasive species. Her postdoc is rolling out the first landscape mitigation strategy for invasive cane toads on native predators in Northern Australia. Georgia believes modern-day conservation benefits from diverse networks, and she looks for ways to maximise the power and scope of efforts through multipronged collaborations with governments, conservation organisations, community groups, Indigenous land management networks and NGOs. Georgia has a fun and adventurous spirit, she loves travelling for long periods in the wilderness and has explored cultures around the world. She is particularly interested in the intersection of conservation with traditional Indigenous customs and works to achieve outcomes that satisfy both.
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