Annie E.A. Welden
- School of Geography and the Environment
Annie is a DPhil candidate at the School of Geography and the Environment, conducting critical social science research on the emerging trend of Nature-based Solutions to climate change and biodiversity loss. She is a more-than-human geographer, investigating the interconnections and politics between human, animal, environment, and infrastructure within Nature-based Solutions projects and policies. She currently grounds her theory in the cases of beaver reintroductions and regenerative agriculture, developing a more-than-human go-along methodology and elaborating concepts such as multispecies collaboration. Ultimately, she hopes the balance of her research outputs between theory and practice contributes to the development of better and more equitable Nature-based Solutions.