Nicholas Beuret is a lecturer at the University of Essex whose work focuses on the environmental politics of climate change and resource use. His work explores how environmental issues are produced as sociotechnical matters of concern and how they function to shape political practices and imaginaries. Interrogating the construction of environmental agency and its modalities, his current research focuses on the environmental politics of climate change and resource use, emerging energy infrastructure, the commons, extinction and the catastrophic imaginary.
Before joining the Essex Business School Nicholas worked as a research associate at Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University, where we worked on critical approaches to climate migration, and a pre-doctoral fellow at Hobart & William Smith Colleges (USA) where he undertook research on the politics of the Anthropocene. Prior to undertaking his PhD at the School of Management, University of Leicester, Nicholas worked for two decades ina range of sectors including the Non-Governmental Organisation sector on environmental issues, Event management and in the online communications industry.