Research Fellows Network

Embedded into the WEAll research cluster, the WEAll Research Fellows Network aims to: support the ongoing research of WE All, encourage trans-disciplinary discussion, and provide overview over contemporary academic debates. The Network will be a crucial resource of expertise for all parts of WEAll.

WEAll and its Research Fellows want to make change possible. Facing the ecological and social problems of today and tomorrow needs knowledge, creativity and communication. The main outputs of this network therefore will be: fact-sheets, synthesis papers, blogs and webinars. These will help members of WEAll to gain insights into various fields of sustainability and wellbeing and raise visibility of WEAll. Besides this, the Network is a pool of experts WEAll can reach out to with queries of research and policy advising in specific projects.

By being part of the WEAll Research Fellows Network, WEAll can promote their work and connect them to other Fellows with whom they can collaborate

The WEAll Research Fellows Network currently includes (updated 1 April 2019):
Name Surname Organization
Fabio Battaglia University of Edinburgh
Miriam Brett Bretton Woods Project
Marc Burton Degrowth Manchester
Florian Carl
Chik Collins University of the West of Scotland
Christine Cooper University of Edinburgh
Luca Coscieme Trinity College Dublin
Peter Doran Queens University Dublin
Andrew Fanning University of Leeds
Chris Funk Climate Hazard Group UC Santa Barbara
Alessandro Galli Global Footprint Network
Joyeeta Gupta University of Amsterdam/ UN Gobal Environment Outlook
Edward Hadas
Jason Hickel Goldsmiths University
Giorgos Kallis Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
Stewart Lansley
Laurie Laybourn IPPR
Alexandre Lemille
Laurie Macfarlane Open Democracy
Ricardao Mastini Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
Robert McMaster Glasgow Business School
Daniel O’Neil University of Leeds
Carin Runciman
Deidre Shaw University of Glasgow
Julia Steinberger University of Leeds
Beth Stratford University of Leeds
David Tyfield Lancaster University
Jennifer Wallace Carnegie Trust UK