I am an Environmental Sociologist and Macaulay Development Trust Fellow in Land Use and Societal Metabolism at The James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen, Scotland. I am examining the Scottish Government’s conceptions of “Green Recovery” and how objectives are communicated in this area. I am also developing Hutton's research capacities in societal metabolism.
See my CV attached and my publication page here: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Ff2EkJEAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao
Environmental sociology and environmental justice, socio-metabolic analyses and energy transition policy, social inequality, sustainability, clean energy technologies, and Bourdieusian theory.