Claire Hoolohan  is based at the University of Manchester and will be working on Theme 2.3 and 3.2, aiming to understand how individual and organisational routines adapt to, and cope with, moments of change linked to disruptive innovations and climate-related events, and how these insights might be used to lessen resource intensity of everyday consumption.

 

Claire Hoolohan is a Presidential Fellow at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change, in School of Mechanical, Civil and Aerospace Engineering, University of Manchester. Her research focusses on accelerating transitions in social and organisational practices with an emphasis on low-carbon diets and water demand management. Her active research activities include understanding the intersections between Industry 4.0 everyday routines and sustainable transformation; water-energy-food system transformation, and the development of transdisciplinary methods to support research and action on climate change.

 

To see her University of Manchester profile, please see here.