We are very excited that we have all our ECI experts lined up. We are dipping into three key areas of the work done at the ECI: Climate, food and water. You can read more about our experts below. Our students will be learning about the work done at the ECI, delving into the issues, preparing interview questions for our experts, and then summarising what they have learned in their own communication project. Still a couple of places remaining for any latecomers.
Dr Tom Thornton
As director for the MSc in Environmental Change and Management, I oversee the course and teach various options and modules. In addition, I am a senior research fellow at the ECI. My academic training is in social and cultural anthropology (BA Swarthmore College; MA, PhD University of Washington).
Dr Wee Ho Lim
Wee Ho is a Research Fellow in Global Water Security at the Environmental Change Institute. He investigates global hydrological extremes and variability under climate change, aiming to assist policies/strategies for risk reduction. His research interests include environmental physics, climate change science, hydrology, water resources and mathematical modelling.
Professor Myles Allen
Myles Allen is Professor of Geosystem Science in the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford and Head of the Climate Dynamics Group in the University's Department of Physics. His research focuses on how human and natural influences on climate contribute to observed climate change and risks of extreme weather and in quantifying their implications for long-range climate forecasts
Dr Rebecca White
Rebecca White is the Education Coordinator of the Innovative Food Systems Teaching and Learning programme, or IFSTAL. In this role she collaborates with academics from the five other IFSTAL institutions to deliver a cutting edge blended online and face-to-face food systems learning programme for over 300 graduate students.