Annie Quinn

Pittsburgh, PA

I believe that environmental science is only sustainable when it helps to create multi-use space that can satisfy the needs of all inhabitants, human and frog alike. I am passionate about blending natural ecosystems and human use, through restoration ecology, public education, and regulation/legislation analysis, in ways that make nature approachable and its purpose meaningful to the general public.

I believe that in order for full ecosystem recovery, restoration must include government, scientist and citizen ownership of its stewardship, thereby we are able to strengthen its protection and establish its sustainable development. The new environmental movement needs to be based on science and public education.

  • Work
    • Graduate Assistant at IPEP
  • Education
    • M.S. Environmental Science and Managment, Conservation Biology
    • B.A. Political Science