Georgina Gurney is a Senior Research Fellow in environmental social science and an Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow at James Cook University. Her work focuses broadly on the governance of conservation, natural resource management, and sustainability initiatives. Georgina’s research program examines the drivers and human wellbeing outcomes of such initiatives, focusing particularly on equity and fairness. She has undertaken her research largely in the context of coral reef management in the Asia-Pacific region. Georgina takes an interdisciplinary research approach, drawing from disciplines such as social psychology, human geography, and sociology. Much of her research is transdisciplinary, involving collaborations with practitioners and policymakers from the environment and development sectors.