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.
Feb 2016 | New publication: Feola, G., Him, M.R. Featured graphic. The diffusion of the Transition Network in four European countries. Environment and Planning A.
Feb 2016 | I participate in the IASS-KLASICA Workshop on Collective Behaviour Change for Sustainable Futures.
Feb 2016 | New publication: Simulating human and environmental exposure from hand-held knapsack pesticide application: Be-WetSpa-Pest, an integrative, spatially explicit modeling approach. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. [Open access here]
Jan 2016 | Invited talk: Between change and continuity: informal institutions and cultural models in the Colombian Andes. Department of Geography, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Oct 2015 | New publication: Pesticide drift from the use of handeld knapsack pesticide sprayers in Boyacá (Colombian Andes). Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry. [Open access here]
Sep 2015 | I have joined the Editorial Board of the journal Frontiers in Environmental Science (Interdisciplinary Climate Studies) as an Associate Editor.
Sep 2015 | New publication: Feola, G., Butt, A. The diffusion of grassroots innovations for sustainability in Italy and Great Britain: an exploratory spatial data analysis. The Geographical Journal.