Sufian Almubarak is a delegate from his workplace at Imam Muhammad bin Saud University, which is considered one of the most prestigious universities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Sufian received a full scholarship twice to study a master's and a doctorate. In addition to his work as a lecturer, after obtaining his master's degree, Sufian worked as one of the consultant planners for environmental projects needed at Al-Ahsa city in eastern Saudi Arabia.


  • Bachelor of Geography (Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud University, Saudi Arabia).
  • Diploma of Environmental Management (Institute of Technology Sligo, Ireland).
  • Master of Environmental Science and Technology ( RMIT University, Australia).


  • Almubarak, S. and Kenndy, B., 2020. The impact of extreme weather events due to climate change on RMIT students in terms of their attendance, study progress and well-being. Electronic Interdisciplinary Miscellaneous Journal, 5 (23) pp. 1-19.
  • Almubarak, S., 2020. Assess water quality in Australia. Case study: Gippsland Rivers. International Journal of Life Sciences Research, 8, (2), pp. 62-73.
  • Almubarak, S., 2020. Illegal fishing and its impacts on marine life. International Journal of Life Sciences Research, 8 (3), pp.8-14.

Research Interests Themes

  • Global environmental crisis.
  • Environmental sustainability.
  • Urban planning.
  • Urban sustainability.
  • Mobility.
  • Human interaction with their environments.
  • Human geography.
  • Natural Hazards.

Areas of research