Biography

I am a geographer working at the intersection of political ecology and environmental justice. My research is concerned with understanding and theorizing justice in the context of environmental governance dilemmas. I have contributed to debates around the neoliberalization of nature (particularly water), the urban politics and governance of climate change, the politics of climate justice and the political ecology of coal in the context of climate change. A theoretical focus of my current research is the intersections between the ‘capabilities approach’ to justice and environmental justice claim-making.

I have a PhD in human geography from the University of Sydney, and have worked in the Department of Geography at Durham University and the Department of Geography and Sustainable Development at the University of St Andrews.

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