Elizabeth Morison is one of the Australia Institute’s inaugural Anne Kantor Young Women Environmentalist Fellows.
Her interests are in the application of science and research towards stronger action on climate and conservation. Prior to joining the fellowship, she worked as a researcher for a science journalist, and in the ENGO sector. Currently, she works on research, advocacy and communication around the issues of forestry, marine governance, and climate resilience.
Elizabeth has a Bachelor of Conservation Biology with First Class Honours from the University of Wollongong, where she researched the effects of heat waves and droughts on plant resilience. She has also studied at the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Forestry, and Duke University’s Organisation for Tropical Studies.