Current PhD Students
My current work focuses on the energy sector and the implications of future structural changes to achieve net zero on natural capital. I have pioneered the use of spatially explicit consumption-based accounting to examine the consequences of global energy policy for water resources and biodiversity. I am lead author of two papers in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that utilise this technique. My research has been published in leading topic specific journals (i.e. Applied Energy; Energy Policy) challenging the focus of global energy policy on decarbonisation. I have coordinated opinion papers, policy briefings and book chapters with a broad range of stakeholders within the energy and environment community to promote the need to consider broader environmental implications of routes to net zero.