I am a Lecturer in Environment and Development at the University of Reading, United Kingdom.
I am concerned with uncovering and understanding the social and social-ecological processes that lead to, or prevent, societal transformations toward sustainability in different places. I engage with issues of sustainability, resilience and transformation of farming systems, alternative economies and grassroots innovations for sustainability, social change theories and sustainability.
September 2016 | New publication (open access): The Vulnerability of Rice Value Chains in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Review. Climate, 4(3):47.
September 2016 | Blog post: Why do farmers behave the way they do and make the decisions they make?
September 2016 | Talk and conference paper: Translocal grassroots movements and the geography of sustainability transitions: the case of the Transition Towns Network. 7th International Sustainability Transitions (IST) Conference 2016. Paper for download here
June 2016 | Invited talk at the Henley Business School's Interdisciplinary Sustainability Seminar: Societal transformation in response to global environmental change: a review of emerging concepts.