Sustainable Food Systems
A diverse group of research active scholars examine sustainable consumption and production, with a focus on food.
Building Sustainable Communities
Focussing on how to build community engagement and promote pathways to economic and social inclusion for the most excluded social groups.
Re-crafting thinking about resilience to better account for social and institutional dynamics, including the needs of specific vulnerable groups.
Examines the social changes arising from the growing imperative of two-income households, the tension between caring obligations [children and elder care] and employment commitments particularly for women and vulnerable workers, and the impact this has on employee wellbeing and consequently, productivity.
Sensing Tourist Travel
Some of the world's leading tourism researchers will come together to use real-time sensor data to track tourists as they move around Tasmania.
Sensing Natural Capital
The project aims to help standardise the way environmental sensor data is collected, processed and presented, such that it can meet the needs of financial sector users.
Migration, Crime, Demographic Change and Population Growth
Establishing Tasmania’s international reputation as a key place for studying long-term population issues.
Governance, Activism and Social Licence
Where governments are either unwilling or unable to implement effective environmental, financial, social and consumer regulation concerned citizens and activist groups are increasingly appealing directly to consumers to exert market pressure on firms in order to influence corporate behaviour.
Live Site Catalyst: Triabunna, Spring Bay Mill
Focused on the contested post-industrial landscape and regional community of Triabunna. Initiated by a two-day symposium and community event, LIVE SITE CATALYST instigates ongoing activities to be progressively ‘owned’ by the community.