Graduate Students ••••
Mark supervises a range of research projects on issues of sustainable development, political philosophy and geography.
· Anna Bullen 'The geographies of sustainable citizenship and the new spaces of socio-environmental participation' (Defended January 2009) [Now working as sustainable development outreach officer]
· Julie MacLeavy ‘Gender, employment and Labour’s New Deal’ (Defended 2006) [Now a lecturer in Geography at University of Bristol]
· Kelvin Mason ‘The new technologies of ecological citizenship’ (Defended, 2009) [Now a Tutor at the Centre for Alternative Technology]
· Ruth Stevenson 'Devolution and the institutionalization of sustainable development' (Defended September 2007) [Now a Tutor at the Centre for Alternative Technology].
· Chris Yeomans 'Governance Transitions in the Post-Socialist World: a Case Study of Berlin’ (Defended October 2007).
· Sophie Wynne-Jones 'Performing wilderness' (Defended November 2010) [Lecturer Aberystwyth University]
· Mark Welsh 'Nature and the Postcolonial State in Malawi' (Defended January 2011).
· Julie Van Kemenade 'Food as life and death: the political ideologies of alternative food networks'
· James Robinson 'Camouflage and the British Landscape'
·Chandra Bhushan Kumar 'Environmental Management in the Mega-City: the case of Delhi'
·Cerys Jones 'Extreme weather in Wales'
· Katherine Phillips 'Local Planning and Climate Change in Wales'
· Kate Stewart 'Gender and the Transition Culture Movement'
Wave power demonstration at the Centre for Alternative Technology, 2005.