Jane Mullett is a member of the Secretariat of the UN Global Compact – Cities Programme, working on city engagement with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.. She has a history of working within groups that are responding to issues of importance to the community. She was a research fellow within the Climate Change Adaptation Program, Global Cities Research Institute, RMIT University for nearly a decade. Prior to this, she was a research assistant for the Nautilus Institute of Security and Sustainability (Melbourne office). In her earlier work within the performing arts, Jane was part of the revitalisation of circus in contemporary culture. She is committed to multi-disciplinary approaches to global problems.
2016 – ongoing
- City Engagement, UN Global Compact – Cities Programme
2015 – 2016
- Research Manager, Centre for People, Organisation and Work (CPOW), RMIT
2014 – 2015
Research Fellow, Community Engagement: Integrated decision-making methodology and tools for ground water remediation: Fishermans Bend case study, CRC-CARE, RMIT University.
2009 – 2014
- Research Fellow, Climate Change Adaptation Program (CCAP), Global Cities Research Institute, RMIT University, Australia
2005 – 2008:
- Research Assistant, Nautilus Institute of Security and Sustainability, RMIT University node
- Editor, Austral Peace and Security Net (APSNet)
- Doctoral candidate, Theatre and Drama Department, Latrobe University, Australia. Thesis title: “Circus alternatives: the rise of new circus in Australia, the United States, Canada and France“.
- Research Assistant, Theatre and Drama Department, Latrobe University, Australia
1999 – 2002:
- Cultural programmer, City of Melbourne
- Freelance arts work
Journal papers, book chapters
- Becker, A., A. K.Y. Ng, D. Mcevoy, J. Mullett (in press) Implications of Climate Change for Shipping: Ports and Supply Chains” WIREs Climate Change.
- McEvoy, D.,Mullett, J.,Trundle, A.,Hunting, A.,Kong, D.,Setunge, S. (2016). A decision support toolkit for climate resilient seaports in the Pacific region In: Climate Change and Adaptation Planning for Ports, Routledge, London
- Mullett, J. (2015). Circus Oz: A reflection In: Performing Digital: Multiple Perspectives on a Living Archive, Ashgate, Surrey, United Kingdom
- McEvoy, D.,Mullett, J. (2014). Enhancing the resilience of Australian seaports to a changing climate In: Applied studies in climate adaptation, John Wiley and Sons, United Kingdom
- Cairns, G.,Ahmed, I.,Mullett, J.,Wright, G. (2013). Scenario method and stakeholder engagement: critical reflections on a climate change scenarios case study In: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 80, 1 – 10
- McEvoy, D.,Mullett, J. (2013). Enhancing the resilience of seaports to a changing climate: research synthesis and implications for policy and practice In: Australian Government and the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility Gold Coast, Australia
- McEvoy, D.,Mullett, J.,Millin, S.,Scott, H.,Trundle, A. (2013). Understanding future risks to ports in Australia In: Australian Government and National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility Gold Coast, Australia
- Scott, H.,McEvoy, D.,Chhetri, P.,Basic, F.,Mullett, J. (2013). Climate change adaptation guidelines for ports In: Australian Government and the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility Gold Coast, Australia
- Vaughan, L.,Stanton, R.,Iwan, L.,Yuille, J.,Mullett, J.,Carlin, D.,Thom, J.,Miles, A. (2013). Multimodal experiments in the design of living archive In: Proceedings of the Design Experiments, The Nordic Design Research Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, June 9-12, 2013
- McEvoy, D.,Ahmed, I.,Mullett, J. (2012). The impact of the 2009 heat wave on Melbourne’s critical infrastructure In: Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 17, 783 – 796
- Reeves, J.,Foelz, C.,Grace, P.,Best, P.,Marcussen, T.,Mushtaq, S.,Stone, R.,Loughnan, M.,McEvoy, D.,Ahmed, I.,Mullett, J.,Haynes, K.,Bird, D.,Coates, L.,Ling, M. (2010). Impacts and adaptation response of infrastructure and communities to heatwaves: The Southern Australian experience of 2009 In: Australian Government and the partners in the NCCARF consortium Gold Coast, Australia
Winston Churchill Fellow 1994