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Where did the marginal land go? Farmers perspectives on marginal land and its implications for adoption of dedicated energy crops (2018)
Journal Article

© 2018 Elsevier Ltd Dedicated energy crops such as miscanthus and short rotation coppice willow were expected by UK policy and academic modelling to be deployed across large swaths of UK marginal lands in response to farm and market level incentives,... Read More about Where did the marginal land go? Farmers perspectives on marginal land and its implications for adoption of dedicated energy crops.

Why are NGOs sceptical of genome editing? (2017)
Journal Article

NGOs’ opposition to agricultural biotechnologies is rooted in scepticism about the framing of problems and solutions, rather than just emotion and dogma.

Imagining renewable energy: towards a Social Energy Systems approach to community renewable energy projects in the Global South (2017)
Journal Article

Rural community energy projects in the Global South have too frequently been framed within a top-down technologically-driven framework that limits their ability to provide sustainable solutions to energy poverty and improving livelihoods. This framin... Read More about Imagining renewable energy: towards a Social Energy Systems approach to community renewable energy projects in the Global South.

Working with bacteria and putting bacteria to work: The biopolitics of synthetic biology for energy in the United Kingdom (2017)
Journal Article

The UK government has made significant investment into so called ‘fourth-generation’ biofuel technologies. These biofuels are based on engineering the metabolic pathways of bacteria in order to create products compatible with existing infrastructure.... Read More about Working with bacteria and putting bacteria to work: The biopolitics of synthetic biology for energy in the United Kingdom.

Who or what has agency in the discussion of antimicrobial resistance in UK news media (2010-2015)?: a transitivity analysis (2017)
Journal Article

The increase of infections resistant to existing antimicrobial medicines has become a topic of concern for health professionals, policy makers and publics across the globe, however among the public there is a sense that this is an issue beyond their... Read More about Who or what has agency in the discussion of antimicrobial resistance in UK news media (2010-2015)?: a transitivity analysis.