School of Geography

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Katie Keddie

PhD Researcher,


Teaching Summary

I have led on the planning and delivery for the 'Environmental Knowledge to Action' ecosystems pathway within the MSc Environmental Leadership and Management course at the University of Nottingham.

I also delivered a seminar on 'Place-Based Environmental Transformations' for the 'Perspectives on Environmental Leadership' module within the same masters course.

Research Summary

My current research focuses on the intersection of urban environmental transformations, justice and place, with a particular focus on Nottingham's journey to carbon neutrality.

A qualitative mixed method approach, including semi-structured interviews, ethnography, document analysis and community workshops, is being used to understand how notions of justice and place are (or are not) incorporated into this environmental transformation. This work focuses on action from above (policy, local government) and below (community groups, activism), providing an insight as to how change is being enacted in the city and the desired futures of the city's residents.

School of Geography

Sir Clive Granger Building
University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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