Dr Sarah Lawless is an Adjunct Research Fellow at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies. As an environmental social scientist, Sarah is focused on leveraging social change within environmental governance. Specifically, she seeks to improve gender equality investments in fisheries, food systems, and marine and coastal environments. Much of her empirical research has been conducted in the Pacific Islands region and published in journals including Nature Climate Change, Global Environmental Change, World Development, Ambio and Earth System Governance.

Sarah is currently an expert consultant to a range of non-governmental organizations, research institutions and universities working on equitable social-ecological systems research, policy and practice.

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