Emma joined NCEconomics in 2023 having completed an Economics Major at La Trobe University. Emma possesses qualitative and quantitative skills, and in areas that include environment and natural resources, climate change, development and microeconomics.
Emma’s research experience includes the impacts of climate change on air pollution, and the future of Great Barrier Reef under severe climate scenarios. Emma possesses strong analytical, research and writing skills. Her interests include agriculture, soil ecology, sustainability policy and climate change.
Emma is committed to applying economic analysis to evaluate the natural environment and develop robust and practical solutions to the sustainability challenges of natural resource management.