Dr Emily Gregg

Emily is a Research Assistant within ICON Science.

Emily is an ecologist turned conservation social scientist, passionate about applying approaches from communication studies (e.g., marketing, ecolinguistics) and the behavioural sciences (e.g., psychology) to improve outcomes for the environment and people.

Emily recently completed her PhD taking a strategic communication approach to biodiversity conservation, working within the ICON Science group at RMIT University with Professor Sarah Bekessy, Dr Georgia Garrard (The University of Melbourne), Dr Jenny Robinson (School of Media and Communication, RMIT) and Dr Jen Martin (The University of Melbourne). You can read more about her research on her blog here: https://emilygreggresearch.wordpress.com/.

Alongside her research, Emily is also currently working as a consultant coordinating the Kangaroo Partnership Project, led by the South Australian Arid Lands Landscape Board, which aims to assist in managing the threat to the environment posed by unsustainable populations of kangaroo species in regional South Australia.

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