Sarah Robertson is a geographer with expertise in human-environment relations in cities.
Sarah Robertson is an urban and cultural geographer in the Centre for Urban Research with expertise in human-environment relations in cities. In the context of significant global ecological stress and change, her research examines encounters between humans, ‘urban natures’ and place experience and place design.
- Research Fellow, Housing Energy Efficiency Transitions Project
- Member, Centre for Urban Research
- Middha, B.,Robertson, S.,Willand, N.,Horne, R. (2022). Man caves, granny flats and alternative living spaces: Low carbon home retrofit and implications for policymaking In: Energy Research and Social Science, 87, 1 - 10
- Willand, N.,Moore, T.,Horne, R.,Robertson, S. (2020). Retrofit Poverty: Socioeconomic Spatial Disparities in Retrofit Subsidies Uptake In: Buildings and Cities, 1, 14 - 35
- Robertson, S. (2020). Re-placing soil and its mattering in more-than-human cities In: Australian Geographer, 51, 307 - 324
- Phillips, C.,Robertson, S. (2020). Nonhuman place In: The Routledge Handbook of Place, Routledge, United Kingdom
- robertson, s. (2018). Rethinking relational ideas of place in more-than-human cities In: Geography Compass, 12, 1 - 12
- Amati, M.,Freestone, R.,Robertson, S. (2017). "Learning the city": Patrick Geddes, exhibitions, and communicating planning ideas In: Landscape and Urban Planning, 166, 97 - 105
- Fuenfgeld, H.,robertson, s. (2016). Enabling climate change adaptation across Gippsland local governments: Staff perceptions of adaptive capacity and regional collaboration In: Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning and East Gippsland Shire Council Melbourne, Australia
- What happened to the outside? Exploring the role of 'nature' in household retrofits. Funded by: Fuel Poverty Research Network - Competitive from (2021 to 2022)
Human-nature relations, Urban sustainability, Place, Housing, Ethical cities, Qualitative research