Professor Corey Bradshaw

University of Adelaide / SARDI

Corey is a conservation ecologist who uses mathematics and biological data to examine and understand the ways in which species respond to changing environments, changes effected from habitat loss, fragmentation, climate change, over-exploitation and invasive species. His research aim is to provide strong scientific basis for justifying conserving biodiversity.

As the human population is nearing 7 billion, and we are consuming approximately 1.3 Earths, his work shows how the loss of life/species leads to reduce human prosperity and well-being and he believes he has a duty to convince people that all is not beyond hope.