Dr Sarah Boulter
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Dr Sarah Boulter is passionate about climate change and how we need to respond and adapt to this challenging problem.
Sarah is a senior research fellow with the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) and in this role she has been involved in the research, development and synthesis of knowledge to support adaptation planning and management across all sectors. In particular, her work has focused on extreme events and the lessons for adaptation, assessment of forest vulnerability and policy guidance. Earlier this year she wrote an article about how climate change contributes to Australia’s “vanishing beaches” and looks at how we should prepare for these impacts.
Before joining NCCARF she held roles at Griffith University researching the impacts of climate change on plant reproduction and biodiversity in forests and with the Queensland state government in science communication and policy related to vegetation management and impact assessment in Moreton Bay.