John Harry Keys
Glaciologist • New-Zealand
“I fear the establishment of alien biota transported by human agencies and the exploitation of a warming climate”
John Harry Keys is a scientific advisor to the New Zealand Department of Conservation charged with conserving the natural and historic national heritage. A specialist in glaciology and vulcanology and member of the Committee for Environmental Protection, his role is to make recommendations concerning activities undertaken in the area covered by the Antarctic Treaty. He is a member of the International Glaciological Society.