Claire Harris is a science communicator specialising in agriculture, environment and natural resource management science and technology. Claire has worked as a scientist, project manager and communication specialist with government and research agencies in Australia and the United Kingdom. After joining the Australian Science Communicators in 2005, Claire has been active in local branches and National Executive, and was National President for part of 2013.Claire joined CSIRO in 2009 to work in science communication for climate adaptation, environment and agriculture and was seconded to the Australian Government Department of Agriculture to assist with carbon farming communication in 2012. Claire works across a range of communication, knowledge management and research engagement activities and projects. Claire has a Bachelor of Environmental Science and a Graduate Diploma of Communication (Science Communication).
- Business and industry, communities and controversy: what role does science communication play in public engagement
- Hot air or hot action: How communication can help translate research into action in areas such as climate change
- Science communication and leadership (part 1): Learning from our journeys
- Science communication and leadership (part 2): Shaping our culture
- Appy days: A case study of Soilmapp
- The Inspiring Australia strategy and outcomes: New in 2014