Kathryn MillerPhD student
Kathryn's PhD research investigates the roles played by civic activism in current policy approaches to air quality policy and interventions in the UK. Her work is interdisciplinary, spanning the natural and social sciences and encompasses broad research themes including human health, social and environmental justice, political ecology and atmospheric chemistry.
Kathryn has a BSc in Biology from Queen Mary, University of London, and an MSc in Science and Technology Studies from the University of Edinburgh. Prior to embarking upon postgraduate research at Lancaster University in October 2022, Kathryn worked as a senior subeditor for the journal Nature and as a science consultant for Greenpeace Research Laboratories; the Centre for International Environmental Law; Landworkers’ Alliance; and the International Fume Events Task Force.