Current postgraduate researchers and their topics
Christiane Baumann (Phd candidate) Stakeholder conflict and asymmetric influence in the transport policy process as a barrier to achieving more sustainable urban transport development — an investigation of collaborative stakeholder dialogue as a catalyst for consensus building and mutual learning.
Johannes Behrisch (Masters candidate) Implementing sustainability principles into the design of electric and electronic equipment.
Chris Dunstan (PhD candidate) The good servant: designing electricity markets as if the future matters.
Dena Fam (PhD candidate) Transitioning to sustainable sanitation: the potential of urine diversion as a niche based approach to sewage management.
Judy Friedlander (Masters candidate) Media strategies in sustainability and climate change.
Eleanor Glenn (PhD candidate) Framing climate change and positive futures.
Andrew Glover (PhD candidate) Transcending modern consumer culture: from disposability to sustainability.
Sarina Kilham (Phd candidate) Social impacts of biofuel production: a study of Brazil and Timor-Leste.
Tania Leimbach (PhD candidate) Engaging audiences through creative practice: cultural organisations and sustainability literacy
Reza Memary (Phd candidate) Material requirements for developing clean energy production in Australia.
Erika Mieser (PhD candidate) Cultures in Conflict: Human Resource Management in International Development
John McKibbin (Phd candidate) Toward sustainable cities: policies, processes, analyses and tools supporting integrated resource planning decisions.
Christopher Nelson (PhD candidate) Agricultural reform and development in the Northern provinces of Mozambique.
Jane Palmer (PhD candidate) Theory and application of transdisciplinarity in a complex sustainability problem.
Juergen Peterseim (PhD candidate) Investigating the role of concentrating solar power hybrid plants using non-conventional back-up fuels in Australia.
Tani Shaw (Phd candidate) The sustainability of economics.
Jacob Thomson (PhD candidate) Post disaster agricultural rehabilitation: lessons for climate change adaptation.
Nicole Thornton (PhD candidate) The influence of attitudes, perceptions and behaviour on everyday household water use and water-saving devices.
Rachel Watson (PhD candidate) The full spectrum of costs and benefits of decentralised recycled water schemes under varying governance arrangements.