Claire Gronow is an environmental scientist specialising in environmental assessment and management. She has over 25 years professional experience in Australia and overseas in a wide range of sectors. Claire has a keen interest in advancing both the practice and theory of environmental assessment, and sees particular opportunities in matching the practical application of environmental assessment more closely with the desired outcomes.
Claire is actively involved in EIANZ through the Impact Assessment Special Interest Section and Policy and Practice Committee. She is also a past President and committee member of the SEQ Division, and former EIANZ Board member. Claire currently delivers the Environmental Risk and Impact Assessment module for the STEPS program.
Claire is currently undertaking a PhD on the influence of environmental assessment on development.