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Hannah Della Bosca

PhD Candidate and Research Assistant at Sydney Environment Institute, University of Sydney

Hannah Della Bosca is a geographer whose work and expertise span generational coal mining communities, community resilience, and energy transitions. She is currently working on projects related to environment justice and multispecies justice.


  • 2017–present
    Assistant researcher, Multiple Projects
  • 2021–present
    PhD Candidate , Sydney Environment Institute


  • 2017 
    University of Sydney , Bachelor of Arts (Honours)


  • 2020
    Shock and place: Reorienting resilience thinking, Local Environment 25 (3), 228-242
  • 2020
    Disaster, Place, and Justice: Experiencing the Disruption of Shock Events, Natural Hazards and Disaster Justice, 239-259
  • 2020
    Turf wars: Using social media network analysis to examine the suspected astroturfing campaign for the Adani Carmichael Coal mine on Twitter, Journal of Public Affairs 20 (2), e2057
  • 2020
    Bringing the swamp in from the periphery: Australian wetlands as sites of climate resilience and political agency, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 63 (9), 1616-1632
  • 2019
    The construction of ‘local’interest in New South Wales environmental planning processes, Australian Geographer 50 (1), 49-68
  • 2018
    The coal story: Generational coal mining communities and strategies of energy transition in Australia, Energy Policy 120, 734-740