PhD Candidate, University of Cambridge
After three years studying veterinary medicine and graduating with a BA, Harriet is now a PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge in the departments of Zoology and Veterinary Medicine. She researches livestock sustainability and the relationship between the biodiversity impact, greenhouse gas emissions, antimicrobial use and animal welfare of different pig systems. She wants to identify systems that are best for people, our animals and the planet. In the past she has worked at CSIRO, Australia, researching pathways to carbon neutrality for the red meat industry and is passionate about inspiring the next generation of women.