Aimie Hope

Senior Research Associate

Dr Aimie Hope works on the Beyond Cost & Carbon project with Dr Nem Vaughan, funded by the Philip Leverhulme Prize. Aimie is an experienced senior research associate with a background in environmental psychology. Aimie uses social science methods in applied research, to date working on issues relating to climate change, education, and health.

In the ‘Beyond Cost and Carbon’ project Aimie is working with UK stakeholders using co-creation methods to address the oversight of social science in science-policy interactions and policy development – focussing on the feasibility of Carbon Dioxide Removal methods in achieving the UK’s net zero target.

Before joining UEA Aimie held positions at the University of Bath on the High Energy and Power Density Solutions to Large Scale Energy Deficits (“HEAPD”) project and at the University of Surrey on the Whole Systems Energy Modelling Consortium (“WholeSEM”) project. Aimie has also worked as a senior researcher at UEA on an applied digital intervention for behaviour change in the School of Health Sciences.

Aimie’s doctorate was in Environmental Psychology (University of Sheffield).

Aimie Hope

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