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Dr Guy Jackson

Assistant Professor

Department: Social Sciences

I received a PhD in Human Geography from The University of Queensland (2020). My doctoral research illuminated the influence of emergency food aid on the root causes of disaster vulnerability in Indigenous food systems. Between 2021 and 2023 I held a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS), where I worked on a large project exploring the social, environmental, and political dimensions of climate change loss and damage. I am currently a Vice Chancellor Fellow (Assistant Professor) at Northumbria University, Department of Social Sciences. I also remain a Guest Researcher at LUCSUS.

Guy Jackson

My research interests cover the broad domain of human-environmental relations. I explore human-environmental relations through the examination of social, cultural, and political impacts of, and responses to, disasters, climate change, and environmental change. I am currently working on research projects exploring climate change loss and damage, cross-scale climate adaptation, and climate immobilities. I have undertaken ethnographic research in Australia, Papua New Guinea, and Vanuatu and will be doing fieldwork in Sweden and the United Kingdom over the coming years.

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • The influence of climate resilience governmentality on vulnerability in regional Australia, Jackson, G. 23 Jan 2024, In: Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space
  • More-than-climate temporalities of loss and damage in Australia, Jackson, G. 26 Nov 2023, In: Annals of the American Association of Geographers
  • An emerging governmentality of climate change loss and damage, Jackson, G., N'guetta, A., De Rosa, S., Scown, M., Dorkenoo, K., Chaffin, B., Boyd, E. 1 Jun 2023, In: Progress in Environmental Geography
  • Environmental subjectivities and experiences of climate extreme-driven loss and damage in northern Australia, Jackson, G. 1 Jul 2023, In: Climatic Change
  • Loss and damage from climate change: A new climate justice agenda, Boyd, E., Chaffin, B., Dorkenoo, K., Jackson, G., Harrington, L., N'Guetta, A., Johansson, E., Nordlander, L., De Rosa, S., Raju, E., Scown, M., Soo, J., Stuart-Smith, R. Oct 2021, In: One Earth

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Invited talk: Post-COP28 Webinar: What happened (or not) at COP28? 2023
  • Invited talk: Recap of COP28 2023
  • Organising a conference, workshop, ...: RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2023
  • Invited talk: Loss and damage in climate negotiations: experiences from COP27 2022
  • Invited talk: Biodiversity and Climate: Empowering Nature and Equality 2022
  • Invited talk: Climate (im)mobilities in Australia and the Pacific 2022
  • Invited talk: Climate change loss and damage in Australia: perceptions, root causes and the formation of (un)resilient subjects 2022
  • Membership of network: Africa Loss and Damage Network (ALADAN) (External organisation) 2022
  • Membership of network: Loss and Damage Collaboration (External organisation) 2022
  • Invited talk: Climate change and social vulnerability 2021

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