Dr Nick Nash is based in the Department of Psychology at the University of Bath, working on Theme 1 (What could low-carbon transformed futures look like?) and Project 1.2 (Comparing visions of change across countries).


Nick’s research primarily involves the study of perceptions of environmental and climate-relevant issues grounded in particular cultural and spatial contexts. In studying situated perceptions and emphasising the importance of local context and experience, he works primarily with qualitative psychological methods to generate detailed accounts of how individuals make sense of environmental issues as part of their everyday lives and worlds. He has extensive experience in conducting cross-cultural qualitative fieldwork and looks forward to drawing upon this experience to explore how citizens imagine low-carbon futures in diverse cultural settings.


For more information, including Nick’s research outputs, view his University of Bath profile.