Kate Elizabeth Gannon
Kate is a postdoctoral researcher working on the NERC funded El Niño project, which explores impacts and responses to the recent El Niño in East and Southern Africa. She is also working on project 4 of PRISE (Pathways to Resilience in Semi-Arid Economies), which examines the role of the private sector/multi-stakeholder partnerships in climate change adaptation and climate resilient development.
Prior to joining Grantham, Kate completed her PhD at King’s College London where she explored public perceptions of geoengineering and ecological worldviews through an ethnographic case study of the Haida Salmon Restoration Corporation. Kate also holds a Masters of Environmental Social Science Research and a BSC Environmental Geography and International Development from the University of East Anglia.
- Climate change adaptation and development, including the role of the private sector
- Climate risk and hydropower
- Sub-Saharan Africa and climate change
- Participation and geoengineering
- Enabling private sector adaptation to climate change in sub-Saharan Africa
22 Jan 2018. Florence Crick, Kate Elizabeth Gannon, Mamadou Diop, Momadou Sow
- Geoengineering at the ‘edge of the world’: exploring perceptions of ocean fertilization through the Haida Salmon Restoration Corporation
28 Sep 2017