Sonya completed her PhD at the Australian National University in December 2014. Her PhD focussed on trying to understand current fossil fuel dilemmas from a broad and historical perspective. She became interested in coal issues after living and working in outback Queensland for several years where a number of massive coal mines are proposed as part of the 'opening up' of the Galilee Basin. Sonya has previously worked as a research assistant on a number of different projects related to social dimensions of environmental challenges.
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- Duus, S. (2012). ‘Why the Galilee Basin is worth worrying about’, in The Conversation, 28.11.12
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