PCAN is an ESRC Network with an ever-increasing cohort of Fellows (researchers appointed through the PCAN Fund on one-year funded Fellowships) and Associates (people working in place-based climate action that have been brought into the team for the synergies in their work, but are not funded by PCAN). Read more about the PCAN Fellows and their work.
Matt is based at the University of Edinburgh where he is a researcher in sustainable urban governance. His PCAN Fellowship project is "Place as adaptation: Understanding neighbourhood resilience in the aftermath of Covid-19"
Alice is an environmental social scientist at the James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen. Her PCAN Fellowship project is "Place-based climate action in north-east Scotland: Investigating climate action where urban and rural meet"
Neil is Partnership Development Manager at the Grantham Institute at Imperial College. His PCAN work will engage with councils in London to support them to increase the awareness and expertise of their employees, councillors and local residents on climate change and the co-benefits of climate action.
Craig is a research fellow at the University of Leeds. His PCAN work will involve exploring the intersection of racial justice and climate justice, for which he has been commissioned to co-author a position paper for the Leeds Climate Commission working with groups in Leeds.
Katherine currently works as Senior Manager, Climate Action Planning within the Measurement and Planning team at C40 Cities. Her work as a PCAN Associate develops and extends her PhD research on stakeholder motivation to join climate networks.
Kate is the Co-Director of the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation (ECCi) and a Lecturer in Climate Risk and Resilience. Her PCAN work will include supporting the Edinburgh Climate Commission and Edinburgh PCAN team by providing technical advice and research opportunities through her role at ECCi and wider risk and adaptation research and teaching initiatives.