Research focused at the intersection of cities and the natural environment, Natural Heritage Systems, ecosystem services and low carbon energy transitions. Researching within the Digital Mobilities Lab exploring the geographies of digital mobilities, the platform economy and cities. Developing scholarship as well as creating policy and regulatory insights for governments, urban policy think-tanks, and transportation institutes. Teaching within the School of Urban and Regional Planning.
Urban inequalities; debt geographies; housing financialization; crises of social reproduction; urban justice; critical urban theory.
Current research focuses on the confluence of transportation, ageing, and the built environment.
Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room D114
Remote sensing; forest disturbance mapping and monitoring; time-series change detection; extraction of information applicable to sustainable forestry planning and decision-making from multi-sensor satellite data (optical (Landsat, Sentinel-2, and PlanetScope), SAR (Sentinel-1), and LiDAR (GEDI)); quantification of primary/old-growth forest loss due to logging and other anthropogenic disturbances; changes in stand composition in disturbed forests.