My doctoral thesis examined the cultural political economy of carbon offset markets. This research was funded by the Leverhulme Centre for the Study of Value. The PhD was awarded via the University of Manchester's Global Development Institute in 2017. Since then I have worked as a Lecturer at the University of Manchester's politics department in a teaching-focused role on the subjects of global political economy and critical environmental politics. I now also work part-time at the European University Institute on climate policy research. My latest publication is on the fantasy of carbon offsetting, in the journal Environmental Politics.