Geography and environmental studies

Issues involving environmental sustainability, climate change, changes in biodiversity, soil and increases in mass movements are current study areas in this varied course. Learn methodological approaches, data collection and analysis, discussion and communication skills.

Study geographical and environmental key issues in a current and global context to build skills and research the relationships between physical and human processes and how we affect the environment and our planet.

Ms Annette Burke

Associate Lecturer/Casual Academic
School of Environmental and Life Sciences|School of Environmental and Life Sciences

Associate Professor Jenny Cameron

Conjoint Associate Professor
School of Environmental and Life Sciences

Economic geography, Human geography, Political geography

Dr Faith Curtis

Lecturer
School of Environmental and Life Sciences

Social Geography

Associate Professor Michelle Duffy

Associate Professor
School of Environmental and Life Sciences

Affect, Community, Embodiment

Dr Bonnie McBain

Senior Lecturer
School of Environmental and Life Sciences

Environmental management, Futures analysis, Learning for sustainability

Associate Professor Kathleen Mee

Associate Professor
School of Environmental and Life Sciences

Assemblage, Belonging, Cultural geography

Professor Simon Springer

Professor of Human Geography
School of Environmental and Life Sciences

Southeast Asian studies, Human geography, Social justice

Dr Meg Sherval

Senior Lecturer
School of Environmental and Life Sciences

Climate change Impacts, Community engagement, Energy development

Dr Jill Sweeney

Lecturer
School of Environmental and Life Sciences

Social Geography

Professor Sarah Wright

Future Fellow
School of Environmental and Life Sciences

Cultural geography, Development studies, Food sovereignty