Associate Professor of Environmental Studies and former Director of the Office for Environmental Programs (the interdisciplinary Master of Environment program, 360 students), University of Melbourne.
Studied geography in UK and USA, and then 20 years teaching in the UK, USA, Denmark and Australia.
I study environment and development issues in developing countries, and environmental policy/bicycle policy in western countries.
Fieldwork has included studies of sustainable rural development and drought mitigation and adaptation in Burkina Faso, West Africa (1992-3, 2001): rural livelihoods and land degradation in Niger (1995-7); land and livelihoods in East Timor (2005-9); social issues around mine sites in New Caledonia (2011-13). Also advocacy and research on urban cycling policy (or lack of) in London and Melbourne since 1995.
James Martin Fellow, University of Oxford, 2007-8. Visiting Professor, Roskilde University 2002.