Brooke Campbell

M.Sc, Resource Management and Environmental Studies

Research Fellow (ANCORS)

Brooke Campbell is a Ph.D. student at the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS). She has a background in ecology and natural resource planning, management, and policy and is broadly interested in marine resource governance issues surrounding fisheries for food security and livelihoods in islands and remote rural environments. Her Ph.D. research investigates the growing impact of information and communication technologies on the fisheries governance strategies of Pacific Island Countries in the Western and Central Pacific region.

Nereus Fellow Brooke Campbell (University of Wollongong) wrote a blog about leaders among the Pacific Islands coming together to create policies to protect their coastal fisheries and resources for future generations of Pacific Islanders, and how they are monitoring and evaluating the progress of such policies.

February 14, 2019 | FisheriesIsland WatersCoastal

Past Event

16 April 2018 - 20 April 2018

Nereus Program Fellow Brooke Campbell (University of Washington) will be attending the 7th International Conference on Environmental Future on 'Humans and Island Environments' in Honolulu from April 16 to 20.