Louise Turner is a PhD Researcher in Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at The University of Manchester. Her research examines the way in which social practice around water intersects with the agenda of generating sustainable pathways to emissions and demand reduction in the water sector. By investigating case studies of alternative arenas of water practice, it aims to provide opportunities to reimagine hydro-social relations and discover modes of innovation that will facilitate the rapid and far-reaching change required to address emissions and demand, creating a low-carbon water system.
Louise writes an interview series on climate justice with the Women’s Environmental Network. She holds an MSc in Environmental Governance and a BA in Philosophy.