My research covers a broad range of topics relating to energy, transport and the environment.
The main themes of my research are 1) everyday practices and their implications for energy and transport demand; 2) environmental policy relating to SMEs; 3) the role of intermediaries in accelerating low carbon transitions 4) sensemaking, learning and behaviour change.
I am a College Lecturer at Keble College, Oxford, teaching Environmental Geography on the Geography undergraduate course. You can find more information on the Keble geography website as well as here and here. I am also a fellow of the Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy Network (ELEEP).
Prior to starting my PhD in October 2015, I was responsible for running three European funded grant programmes targeted at reducing CO2 emissions in SMEs through behaviour change and investments in energy efficiency. My research builds on this experience by investigating how SMEs can play an active role in the transition to a low carbon economy.