[Iag-list] PhD Scholarship - Sociocultural dimensions of biosolids management

Lauren Rickards lauren.rickards at rmit.edu.au
Wed Jun 23 09:26:58 UTC 2021

RMIT Classification: Trusted

Dear colleagues,

We are looking for a bright geographer-in-the-making for a PhD scholarship on the sociocultural dimensions (geographies!) of biosolids management (sludge from the water sector).

Come and help solve the growing dilemma of emissions-intensive, polluting biosolids stockpiles and hone your geography skills along the way.

It's part of a large cross-disciplinary ARC Training Centre and will involve working closely with scientists and practitioners, as well as Matt and I and some postdocs. Based at RMIT, Melbourne.

Applications due in a week: July 1.


Lauren Rickards (RMIT) and Matt Kearnes (UNSW)

Professor Lauren Rickards

Interim Director, Urban Futures Enabling Capability Platform<https://www.rmit.edu.au/research/our-research/enabling-capability-platforms/urban-futures>
Director, Climate Change Exchange<https://climatechangeexchange.org.au/>
Co-leader, Climate Change Transformations Research Program, Centre for Urban Research <https://cur.org.au/research-programs/climate-change-transformations/> Centre for Urban Research <https://cur.org.au/research-programs/climate-change-transformations/>
Co-convenor, Nature, Risk and Resilience Study Group, Institute of Australian Geographers <https://www.iag.org.au/> <https://www.iag.org.au/>
Lead Author, Sixth Assessment Report, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Working Group II<https://www.ipcc.ch/working-group/wg2/>
Editor, Dialogues in Human Geography<http://dhg.sagepub.com/>
ph. 0427 679 043

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