Sonia Graham

Lecturer

Sonia's research seeks to understand the ways in which environmental policies affect people, particularly rural residents, and the ways in which relationships between individuals and governments affect the management of natural resources. She applies this knowledge to inform fair and effective solutions to a range of environmental problems, including water resource management, weed managment, and climate change.

Sonia's research primarily focuses on concepts such as collective action, trust, power, fairness, legitimacy and values. In conducting this research she seeks to bring together insights from social and biophysical sciences as well as quantitative and qualitative research methods.

Looking north along Kingston Beach

Long-term coastal adaptation in Australia

This article presents key findings from two recent studies that guide local governments towards flexible and robust coastal adaptation planning that addresses both social and physical impacts.

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Adaptation Decision Making

Sharing methods, tools and approaches for adaptation decision-making.
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