game changer series seminar 2 

Environment and health; tips for building cooperative research groups and environmental opportunities in Queensland. 

Zoom recording

Queensland Chief Scientist, Professor Hugh Possingham on the major environmental challenges for Queensland including a discussion on climate change.  An environmental advocate throughout his career Professor Possingham has developed mathematical and economic tools for solving nature conservation problems such as where to place protected areas and which the most efficient actions for saving threatened species. His combination of expertise in mathematics and ecology has enabled Professor Possingham to undertake conservation initiatives that integrate spatial planning and economic factors. He has co-authored more than 650 peer-reviewed papers, with more than 30 in the world’s top two scientific journals Science and Nature.  Professor Possingham was elected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science in 2005.

Professor Hugh Possingham
Queensland Chief Scientist

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