Emily is a graduate ecologist with 2 years’ experience in environmental, health and safety consulting.
Emily has experience working across a broad range of projects including contaminated land assessments, land remediation, urban development and health and safety assessments. Emily has extensive practical field experience undertaking threatened species monitoring, trapping surveys and fauna handling, developed through field-based research projects.
At E2M, Emily is developing her proficiency and analytical skills within Commonwealth, State and Local Government environmental legislation in order to interpret legislation requirements to undertake environmental assessments across the government, mining, resources and urban development sectors. She is developing a diverse ecological skill set to apply to a range of projects including targeted surveys for threatened species, regional ecosystem assessments, BioCondition assessments, and habitat condition assessments.