Hannah Della Bosca
Sydney Environment Institute
Hannah is a Research Assistant at the Sydney Environment Institute. She contributes to two projects centred on community experiences of extreme events in the Sydney region, Resilient Sydney – Insights into Urban Community Resilience, and Sites of Violence.
In addition, she has co-authored papers on generational coal mining identities and energy transitions, as well as the role of place-making, disruption, and emotion in resilience policy adaptation.
Hannah holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the University of Sydney, and has a strong research interest in the nexus of environmental law, policy and place. In 2016, Hannah completed a first-class thesis examining the efficacy of decentralised governance mechanisms in NSW planning policy. Her case-study research on the Springvale mine extension combined environmental justice analysis within a Legal Geography framework.