Dr. Emma Camp

Discovery Early Career Researcher (Australian Research Council) and Chancellors Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Dr Emma Camp, is a marine biogeochemist at the University of Technology (Sydney), a United Nations Young Leader for the Sustainable Development Goals, National Geographic Explorer, a 2019 Rolex Associate Laureate, and was recently named a 2020 Time Magazine Next Generation Leader. Emma researches and advocates for the world’s marine life under threat from environmental and climate change. She is one of the founders of the Coral Nurture Program on the Great Barrier Reef – a unique program involving scientists and Tour Operators to enhance reef biodiversity and promote site stewardship. Emma is an advocate for Women in STEM and improved Climate Action.

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