Alison's research focuses on the interface between energy, the environment and society.
Topics and issues Dr Mohr's work explores include: public engagement with science and technology; community engagement in developing countries; socia, ethical and policy dimensions of renewable and sustainable energy; energy transitions; energy and resource security; food vs fuel; sustainability assessment of energy systems.
Alison sits on the management group of the Energy Technologies Research Institute (ETRI), and the university-wide 'Energy' and 'Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy' research priority areas to championinterdisciplinary energy research and public and policy engagement. She is also a member of the UK Global Food Security (GFS) programme’s Food Futures steering group.
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