Lecturer, School of Environment, Griffith University

Dr Natalie Osborne’s work is primarily in the fields of critical human geography and environmental planning. She is focused on social and environmental justice in human settlements and the development of more just, resilient and sustainable futures.

Research Expertise:
Social justice and feminism in environmental planning and geography
Radical and insurgent planning practice
Resilience and community development
Community-based adaptation to the impacts of climate change and peak resource
The use of alternative epistemologies and methodologies in planning and environment research

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer, School of Environment, Griffith University