Blanche Verlie

Blanche teaches at RMIT University in the Sustainability and Urban Planning discipline in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies

Blanche recently submitted her PhD in climate change engagement. Her research explores undergraduate students experiences learning about climate change.

Blanche is passionate about thinking differently about climate change and sustainability, and engages with feminist, queer, postcolonial and Indigenous philosophies to do so.

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Six emotions shared by young people living with climate change

Today, thousands of Australian students will protest government inaction on climate change. Sustainability expert Dr Blanche Verlie explains how climate change is emotionally impacting young people.

What kind of state values a freeway’s heritage above the heritage of our oldest living culture?

What kind of world do we live in when freeways are valued as of greater cultural significance than the practice of the oldest living culture in the world?

Seven ways climate change affects key Federal Election issues

Climate action is rated as a top priority among voters in the lead up to this year’s Federal Election. How does it affect other key campaign issues?