The ideal candidate will have a first class degree that has a background in ethical and justice issues. The candidate would also have a knowledge of interdisciplinary issues associated with climate transitions.
The ideal candidate would have a strong background in being able to connect their research with practical concerns related to climate change. A history of engagement with energy transitions, general climate issues in a policy or NGO setting would be ideal.
The candidate would also be willing to undertake high impact communication of their research. The supervisory team will mentor the candidate on this dimension of the research.