Ms Claire Runge

Claire's research focuses on improving the environmental sustainability of society and industry. Highlighting the connections between people and nature, and finding pragmatic solutions that work for both is a big part of what she does.

Claire has worked on real-world problems across the world, exploring the interplay between policy and socioeconomic forces on conservation outcomes and discovering new uses for crowd-sourced and remotely sensed information in decision-making. She brings to the NESP Threatened Species Recovery Hub extensive experience leading interdisciplinary, inter-agency research teams and a wide experience of developing and nurturing relationships with stakeholders and practitioners from government, industry and research organisations across Australia, the US and the Arctic.