Professor Duncan McLarenResearch Fellow
My research interests tend to focus around the the justice and political implications of novel technologies, including climate engineering, circular economy, and smart-cities, explored through lenses adopted and adapted from science and technology studies, moral philosophy and the environmental humanities. I am also interested in ways in which activist and campaign movements effect change, and in particular, how they engage with, and can be empowered by academic research.
Opening the portfolio of negative emissions technologies: A comprehensive study of social, techno-economics and ethical dimensions of biomass-based NETs in Sweden and Tanzania
01/10/2021 → 31/03/2022
Security Politics of Climate Engineering: Diplomatic and strategic implications of solar geoengineering technology
01/01/2020 → 30/06/2022
Geoengineering Climate Justice?
01/02/2019 → 31/08/2019
- Critical Geographies