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Fiona Miller

Dr Fiona Miller conducts research on the social and equity dimensions of environmental change in the Asia Pacific, notably Vietnam and Cambodia, as well as Australia. She specialises in social vulnerability, society-water relations, adaptation and social impact assessment.

Between 2004-2007, Fiona was a Research Fellow in the Risk, Livelihoods and Vulnerability Programme at the Stockholm Environment Institute (Stockholm). During her time at SEI she was Programme Manager for the Sida-funded programme "Sustainable Recovery and Resilience Building in the Tsunami-Affected Region" and led a number of projects within the "Poverty and Vulnerability Programme". Between 2007-2012 Fiona was a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Resource Management and Geography at the University of Melbourne. In 2012 she joined Macquarie University in Sydney, where she teaches into the development studies, social impact assessment and human geography programmes.

Fiona is currently undertaking research on the role of resettlement in adaptation to climate change in the Mekong region. Her research on climate-related resettlement builds on previous work she has done on vulnerability assessment and adaptation planning in Cambodia and Vietnam.

Whilst at SGS she plans to work on a number of publications and grant proposals, develop research collaborations, and is keen to have fika with those who share mutual research interests in climate change, water, peace and justice.

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