Ben is an analyst for London-based Xynteo.
He completed his PhD on climate-compatible development and social justice in Malawi in 2016.
Ben’s thesis explored the social justice implications of the UK Aid-funded Enhancing Community Resilience Programme (ECRP), which aims to encourage pro-poor, climate resilient development in rural Malawi.
It involved extensive collaborative working with DfID Malawi and NGOs involved in implementing the ECRP (including Christian Aid, Concern Universal, GOAL Malawi, CARE Malawi), during one year spent living in Malawi.
- Socially Just Triple-Wins? A Framework for Evaluating the Social Justice Implications of Climate Compatible Development
18 Jan 2018. Ben Wood, Lindsay Stringer, Andy Dougill, Claire Quinn
- Investigating Climate Compatible Development Outcomes and their Implications for Distributive Justice: Evidence from Malawi
18 May 2017. Ben Wood, Claire Quinn, Lindsay Stringer, Andy Dougill
- Exploring power and procedural justice within Climate Compatible Development design: whose priorities are being considered?
17 Aug 2016. Ben Wood, Lindsay Stringer, Andy Dougill, Claire Quinn