My research is typically situated at the confluence of environmental management, political theory and resilience thinking.

Broadly speaking, my work has focused on the healthy, sustainable futures of various communities and regions, and exploring the role of policies, institutions, industries and sectors in advancing sustainability goals in times of rapid change and uncertainties.

In both research and education, I emphasize social-ecological thinking, humanistic values, long-term perspectives, experimentation, and bringing together academia and the world of practice -transdisciplinarity.

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sustainability transformations

climate change adaptation

responsible innovation

co-production of knowledge

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Resilience & adaptation

Co-production & climate services

Futures studies

The disaster chronotope