Myfyriwr ymchwil, Ysgol Cynllunio a Daearyddiaeth
Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
- MSc Development Planning and Research (part-time), University of Reading. Distinction (2016)
- BA Geography, London School of Economics (2014)
- Indigo Planning Prize. Awarded for the best performance by a part-time student (University of Reading, 2016)
- Indigo Final Project Prize. Awarded for the best dissertation. (University of Reading, 2016)
- Energy Geography
- Environmental Planning
- Energy Acceptability
- Community Energy
- Field Study Visit assistant in New York (2018), Berlin (2018).
- Seminar delivery for 'key issues urban planning' (2017)
- Lecturer on Researching Spatial Planning Methods
- Seminar asisstant for 'Places and Plans'
- Essay Marking for 'Big Questions in Human Geography' and 'Environment and Society: Living with Environmental Change'
Timescapes of solar and wind energy. Negotiating reversibility and expectations regarding temporality and landscape change.
This research will provide an exploration of the ways in which considerations of time, place identity and the complexities of landscape change influence opinions of renewable energy infrastructure. Through qualitative case study research this thesis should enable an understanding of how the length and character of the land use impacts of renewables are considered and assessed in the context of the surrounding landscape.
Funding Source: ESRC and Lark Energy
ESRC and Lark Energy