Understanding the social dimensions of environmental change
Water and reef quality and human perceptions
Assesses the status and threats to marine natural resources in the coastal zones of Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam
USC research quality ranking rises
SRC categorised as ERA 5 in Environmental Science and Management (0502)
Climate adaptation and water governance
Focuses on climate change adaptation and water governance to reconcile food security, renewable energy and the provision of multiple ecosystem services
Inuit knowledge for adaptation to health effects of climate change
Vulnerability and resilience to climate change in the Canadian Arctic (VaRCCA) research project led by Dr Tristan Pearce
The Sustainability Research Centre (SRC)'s research focuses on societal responses to emergent local and global change forces in sustainability.
We adopt a transdisciplinary collaborative approach broadly aligned with human geography, embracing the disciplines of social, behavioural, economic and management sciences.
The SRC is led by an Executive headed by Professor Tim Smith (Director) with the support of Professor Patrick Nunn (Associate Director; Professor, Geography) and Professor Roy Sidle (Associate Director; Professor, Geography), Professor Bill Carter (Professor, Heritage Resource Management), Associate Professor Jennifer Carter (Associate Professor, Geography), Associate Professor Dana Thomsen (Associate Professor, Sustainability Advocacy) and the SRC Advisory Board.