Former Development Studies student Melinda Ey has recently had an article published by Crikey! You can read the article here.
This piece came out of some time that Melinda recently shared with women from the village of Bulga, who are continuing the fight to protect their community from the Mount Thorley-Warkworth open cut project, operated by Rio Tinto.
Melinda is a PhD candidate in the discipline of Geography and Environmental Studies. Her research explores women’s experiences of resisting coal and coal seam gas developments in the Hunter Region.