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Prof Jamie Kirkpatrick

Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Tasmania

Professor Jamie Kirkpatrick AM is Distinguished Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies in the School of Land and Food of the University of Tasmania. He teaches in the undergraduate program and supervises 15-20 postgraduate and honours students working on a variety of topics. His main research loves are alpine, grassy, coastal and garden ecosystems, nature conservation and the politics of environment. He has been recognized by several national awards and prizes for his work developing methods for planning reserves and his contribution to forest conservation and world heritage matters, and has been recognized internationally for producing the seminal work on minimum set reservation planning methods.

Day 1 - Session 4 - Debate

Questioning Value- ‘Nature should be on the balance sheet’ | Session 4, Debate

Conference Room

Debate Chair – James Forbes Affirmative Team– Penelope Figgis, Jennifer Morris, Ben O’Hara Negative Team– Prof Jamie Kirkpatrick, Marla Edwards, Atticus Flemming

Session 4 - Debate
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