I am a Lecturer in Climate, Politics and Society at the University of Bristol's School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies (SPAIS). I am interested in decolonial environmental politics and equitable development in times of climate crises. I am an expert on degrowth and Buen Vivir, two alternatives to growth-based development from the Global North and South.
I participate in the degrowth movement, and am co-organiser of Degrowth Talks, a free webinar series on YouTube about degrowth. I'm Co-Chair of the Development Geographies Research Group at the Royal Geographical Society and Project Co-Lead for the Fight Against Institutional Racism (FAIR) Network at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
At SPAIS, I teach environmental politics and sociology. In the past, I taught international and sustainable development at Birkbeck and UCL. I also taught political theory and International Relations at Goldsmiths for three years, with a special emphasis on the role of colonialism in the making of the modern world.