Going to extremes to save the planet.
In 2015 a leadership expert from Melbourne and a marine scientist from Tasmania launched a bold idea – to gather 80 or so female scientists from across the globe and send them to the most isolated and least visited place on Earth… Antarctica.
This dream, dubbed ‘Homeward Bound’, became a reality in 2017 with the first expedition safely completed and the next cohort enrolled. We have assembled a group of Homeward Bounders to showcase the stories, science and achievements behind this important and inspirational plan to influence big decisions made globally for the future of our planet.
During her 17 years at the ABC, Rhianna has worked across news and current affairs (including triple j news), television documentaries and radio. She currently presents a national programme, Sundays...View Profile
Cecile Godde is a food systems research scientist at The University of Queensland and the Australian federal government agency, CSIRO. She is passionate about the challenges facing agriculture in terms...View Profile
Mary-Anne Lea is a polar marine ecologist whose research focuses on the influence of climate change and variability within the marine environment on top predator behaviour and distributions in the...View Profile
Beth Strain is a Lecturer in Marine Biology and a Project Leader for the National Centre for Coasts and Climate, who works on solving environmental problems for stressed out marine...View Profile
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