Stephanie Wong

Stephanie is a PhD candidate exploring leakage in conservation interventions.

Stephanie’s project investigates the relationship between intervention impact and leakage, and how spatial and temporal leakage can undermine the net outcome of different conservation interventions at varying scales using a conceptual framework. She will further investigate how conservation interventions that carry minimal leakage risks can be prioritized.

Prior to joining the Centre for Urban Research, Stephanie worked in environmental consultancy as a geospatial consultant. She has a master’s degree in environmental science and technology from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and a bachelor’s degree from the National University of Singapore.