Key Research Interests

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 in Australia) and the urban politics and governance of climate change, including fieldwork in Philadelphia and Berlin. Recently, I have been working on the politics and pursuit of climate justice in civil society through a British Academy/Leverhulme funded grant, Theorizing climate justice and understanding NGO discourses in the UK and Australia. I have become increasingly interested in the ‘capabilities approach’ to justice, particularly its implications for environmental justice claim-making.

For more details of my publications, see my publications page.

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