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Dr Karen Parkhill
Moving from Cardiff University in September 2013 Karen Parkhill is now based in the School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography at Bangor University. Karen is a human geographer who uses innovative qualitative methods to examine risk perception and how the public socially construct and engage with environmental and technocratic risks. Such risks include: energy technologies such as civil nuclear power; renewables; climate change and geoengineering. She is also interested in how the public engages with/resists notions of low carbon lifestyles and low carbon transitions, including examining how they themselves consume/perceive energy. The interaction of place, space and context underpins and flows throughout all of these interests.
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