Professor of Environment & Geography, Bishop's University
Ph.D in Geography / Natural Resource Management. McGill University.
Humans, food, water and climate are linked in complex social-ecological systems at multiple temporal and spatial scales. Working in, and with, communities of farmers and water users, our aim at the Fostering Resilience in Food Systems Project (https://resilientfoodsystems.weebly.com), is to analyse and (co-)construct knowledge about these social-ecological systems for transformative change toward resilience and sustainability.
Key research Interests: agroecology and food systems, water security, adaptation to climate change