Drawing on her background in field research, biology, and public policy, she passionately advocates for enhanced biodiversity protection nationwide.

Currently, Charlotte’s primary focus lies in championing a federal nature and biodiversity accountability law that respects Indigenous sovereignty and legal pluralism. She seeks to enshrine the COP15 Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF) 2030 targets into law, ensuring robust measures for preserving biodiversity for future generations.

With over a decade of experience spanning academia, ecological restoration, and environmental campaigning, she is putting her experience to work protecting wildlife and wilderness through multiple approaches.