Lynda Goldsworthy


Lynda Goldsworthy spent thirty-­five years in the non-­government sector across policy development, management and organisational development roles and was part of the team that worked to prohibit mining in the Antarctic and secure the Environment Protocol to the Antarctic Treaty.

She was awarded the New Zealand Antarctic Conservation Trophy in 1990 and an Order of Australia (Member) for services to conservation and environment in 1991.


Audacious visions for the Antarctic

Memoir IT WAS EARLY 1984. It started with a phone call: can you do an environmental impact assessment of the effect of mining in Antarctica for us? asked a newly acquired friend from the local Friends of the Earth group....

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