Environmental governance and politics: climate change, especially cities, business and finance; low carbon transitions; urban sustainability; the nature of governing contemporary society; environmental justice
About this Fellow
Environmental governance: relations between land use planning, environment & sustainability; policy processes in modern democracies, especially the role of knowledge, ideas & advice in policy formation & change.
- Emeritus Professor of Environment and Policy, University of Cambridge; Fellow Emerita, Newnham College, Cambridge
- Emeritus Professor of Environment and Policy, University of Cambridge; Fellow Emerita, Newnham College, Cambridge, Department of Geography, Cambridge, 2017
The changing nature of cities and urbanism; sociologies of technology, mobility and infrastructure; the digitisation of urban life; the politics of urban security and militarisation; the vertical dimension of cities
The political economy of resources with a particular focus on the oil and gas and energy sectors, and on food and agriculture in the Global South (Africa in particular)
Specialist in anthropology, with a broadly political and economic focus