Roisin Dolliver

Roisin Dolliver is in the fourth year of her degree, studying Environmental Science and Engineering. During her time in college, she has been Chairperson of the Trinity Halls Environmental Committee, Secretary of the Botanical Society, and Chairperson of the Environmental Society.
Within these roles, she’s overseen annual events such as Biodiversity Week and Green Week, with the overarching goal of impressing the importance of radical political action in environmentalism. This past year she organised several events bringing light to the intersectional nature of the climate crisis and the ongoing ecocide in Palestine.
She also had a radio show called the “Green Scream”, and co-founded the student activist group “The Student Climate Crisis Coalition”.
She’s currently conducting a research internship with Dr. Richard Nair on his “Root Check” project, developing a solution to on-site root identification and diagnosis using imagery and machine learning technology.


  • Plenary 5: What does a wellbeing economy within planetary boundaries look like from students’ perspectives?