Angela Mae Minas is based at The University of Manchester, and will be contributing to Theme 2.2 to explore how grassroots movements drive low carbon transitions and Theme 3.4 to work with Greater Manchester Combined Authority on city-level governance for climate action.
Angela is a social scientist in the field of agriculture and low carbon energy, with expertise in social innovation, participatory methods, and social network research. Her recent projects include stakeholder-focused research on agricultural waste-to-energy in Southeast Asia and the UKERC-funded Heat as a Service. She also has extensive experience working on climate change and global development projects, conducting fieldwork in the Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar, Indonesia, and Tanzania.
To view her University of Manchester profile, please see here.