PhD Candidate, Monash University
I am a current PhD Candidate at the Monash Bioethics Centre. My research is at the intersection of procreation ethics, population ethics and environmental ethics, and is specifically investigating to what extent procreative practices need to change in light of overpopulation and climate change concerns.
I have a Masters Research Degree from Monash University and an Honours degree from the University of Melbourne.
I am also currently employed as a Researcher at Sydney Health Ethics (USyd) where I am part of a team investigating the commercial influences in Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ARTs).
Thinking of having a baby as the planet collapses? First, ask yourself 5 big ethical questions
Mar 04, 2023 11:55 am UTC| Insights & Views
Do you want to have a baby? But, on a planet rocked by the climate crisis, ecosystem collapse, famine and poverty, is having one just adding to the problem and therefore unethical? I am a PhD Candidate at Monash...
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