Dr Cecily Maller is a Vice Chancellor’s Senior Research Fellow at RMIT University’s Centre for Urban Research. As co-leader of the People, Nature, Place Program her research concerns human-environment interactions in urban settings. She is a chief investigator for the Clean Air and Urban Landscapes Hub funded by the Australian Government, leading research on the social dimensions of urban greening and ‘rewilding’. Dr Maller’s interdisciplinary background includes a BSc Hons in Environmental Studies and a PhD in Health Promotion. As an interdisciplinary scholar her work is based in human geography, specialising in post-humanist approaches, particularly theories of social practice.