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 Briony Latter

Briony Latter

Research student, School of Psychology

Tower Building, 70 Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3AT


I am a PhD researcher in the Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformation (CAST Centre) where my work focuses on understanding university research culture and practices in the context of the climate emergency. I am also interested in communication and public engagement with climate change.

Undergraduate Education

2010-2013: BA Photography and Video. De Montfort University. First Class Honors.

2009-2010: BTEC Diploma in Art & Design. De Montfort University. Distinction.

Postgraduate Education

2016-2018: MA Climate Change: History, Culture, Society. King’s College London. Distinction (Best Thesis Award – 92% – for 2017/18)


2021: Research Assistant, Climate Outreach

2019-present: Campaigns and Communications Assistant (voluntary), Friends of the Earth Cymru

2018-present: Communications Adviser (voluntary), Hope for the Future

2012-2019: Prior to working in climate change, I worked as a photographer and retoucher (including management), then in communications.


Research interests

My research interests are around climate change as a social issue, specifically looking at communication and engagement as well as research practice. I have experience mainly in qualitative research methods and using them to understand values, framing and language around climate change. I previously researched climate change communication and engagement with the older generation in England as part of an MA in Climate Change: History, Culture, Society.


The role of research culture, practice and choices in pursuit of sustainability and climate change mitigation

My PhD focuses on understanding university research culture and practices in the context of the climate emergency, for which I have undertaken documentary analysis, participant observation and interviews.



Dr Stuart Capstick

Research Fellow

Dr Christina Demski

Senior Lecturer



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