I'm currently working on what just responses to the biodiversity crisis might look like, and on the politics of the ocean. I have wider interests in global justice, climate change, territory, and the environment.
- Global justice
- Climate justice
- Ocean justice and ocean politics
- Natural resources
- Equality and egalitarianism
Chris Armstrong has degrees from the University of Durham, the University of Bristol, and the London School of Economics. He has held fellowships from the Economic and Social Research Council, the British Academy, and the Leverhulme Trust, and has been a visiting fellow at the Universities of Uppsala, Oxford, Colorado, and the Australian National University.
- American Political Science Association's Lynton Keith Caldwell prize for Best Book in Environmental Politics and Policy. (2023)
- York Political Theory Manuscript Award (2021)