Members of the Environment, Management and Society Research Group
Hannah studies the negotiation of energy projects in the circumpolar North from a sociological point of view. She lives in Rovaniemi at the Arctic Circle and works at the Arctic Centre.
Lecturer for STS and Climate Change at Tembusu College, National University of Singapore, working at the intersection of environmental sociology and STS, focussing on Agents of Ecological Modernisation. His empirical work engages with practices of enacting environments, such as carbon emission or energy realities.
is an anthropologist, working in a research project on Flood memories and community resilience on the lower River Severn, UK. In 2010, Franz completed a PhD research project about a river in Finnish Lapland, and its relations with the people living on its banks; other research interests include economic and ecological anthropology, political ecology, water issues
Anup Sam Ninan is currently a Fellow at the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS) - an interuniversity institute of the University of Bremen (UB) and Jacobs University under the Excellence Initiative of the DFG.
Anna Schreuer is a researcher at the Inter-University Research Centre for Technology, Work and Culture in Graz, Austria in the project area Energy & Climate.
Niklas is both an environmental scientist and a student of science and technology studies (STS). Currently, he traces recent developments in the making of environmental knowledge and how it figures human-environment relations. His research focusses on the ways in which ecosystem services is becoming established as a core concept of ecological thinking which guides research as well as policy and management; and the profound effects this may have for the future of ecology and the environmental sciences. Niklas is based in the Lancaster Environment Centre.