Dr Bhavna Middha

Investigating and understanding students’ eating practices at urban universities and the role of food spaces in shaping sustainable outcomes.

Research interests:

  • Food and Sustainable Consumption
  • Spaces
  • Urban Sustainability
  • Theories of Social Practice
  • Energy Demand
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Projects

Democratic Urban Development in the Digital Age (DEMUDIG)

This international research project is examining citizens’ use of the Internet and social media to participate in urban development processes, and city governments’ efforts to engage and respond to citizens through these channels.

The Work / Life Ecologies Project

The Work / Life Ecologies Project aims to understand staff and students’ broader lifestyles as part of a work-life ecology, occurring across a range of spaces, both physical and virtual.

Work/life ecologies: lifestyles, sustainability practices

This project aims to understand staff and students' broader lifestyles as part of a work-life ecology, occurring across a range of spaces, both physical and virtual.

Embedding sustainability in food practices: Investigating spaces of food provisioning and consumption for students at RMIT city campus

As large scale participants in food provisioning and consumption practices, academic institutions like universities have a crucial part to play in food sustainability transitions

News & Blog

How can we improve our homes to be energy efficient?

With rising energy bills the new normal, we need to focus on improving Victoria’s housing stock to help householders adapt. New research in Moreland is exploring the barriers and opportunities householders face in improving their homes.

Food selfies show an appetite for flexible student eating spaces

Food selfies taken on campus can offer a whole new way to rethink flexible student spaces and help combat food waste, suggests a new study.

Meet our green research and teaching team

RMIT’s academic green team is working to make the University’s ambitious sustainability vision a reality through teaching and research.

Publications