Dr Liz Clarke

Dr Liz Clarke

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Dr Liz Clarke

Dr Liz Clarke is a transdisciplinary researcher and practitioner with interests spanning complex integrated systems, sustainability science, research-policy engagement, and knowledge co-production and governance, as well as a background in natural resource and rural systems research and development.

She recently completed her PhD on transdisciplinary research methodology, and lectures part-time at the Fenner School for Environment and Society at the Australian National University in society and environmental change, sustainable rural systems and research practice.

She has more than 25 years experience in international development assistance and rural research for development (including senior management and leadership roles), in the public sector (internationally and nationally – including aid and donor organisations), industry organisations and business, and six years as the director of a research management support, communications and strategy consultancy. Her most recent work in Lao PDR has been in facilitating evidence-based policy engagement and dialogue, including managing a small research fund commissioning research for policy development, implementation and practice.

Scientific knowledge Q and A
30 Jun 2017
Scientific knowledge is not an objective 'truth' that provides answers for risk mitigation. Many...

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