Philippa a is PhD researcher in the Tyndall Centre for Climate change research. Her research is funded by the EPSRC through the University of Manchester Centre for Doctoral Training.
Working with Dr Sarah Mander and Dr Dr Ruth Wood, Philippa is bringing together research on domestic demand-side response and 'energy justice' to understand the impications of energy system innovation on different facets of society.
Prior to this PhD Philippa worked at Keele University supporting the development of the sustainability strategy, and embedding sustainability into the core and co-curriculum. In this role Philippa was elected to the national Members Advisory Council of the Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges. Philippa is an Associate of the Higher Education Academy, and is passionate about sustainability education. She has experience delivering HE material using different pedagogies to different group types and sizes.
Prior to working in HE Philippa worked for the Young Foundation, a social innovation charity where she supported a future leaders programme. She also delivered the National Citizenship Service supporting 16 and 17 year olds reflect on their role in society and how to have a positive impact.
Her MA was from Forum for the Future, a leading sustainable development charity, delivered in collaboration with Middlesex University. Whilst doing this she was lucky enough to gain insight on sustainability innovations within different facets of society through placements; for example in the Environmental Audit Select Committee, Bank of America Merill Lynch and the RSPB.
Philippa holds a BSc in Environmental Management from the University of Birmingham. She is passionate about all things outdoors and spends her spare time kayaking, climbing and wandering.