Christian has a wide interest in all aspects of sustainability. He has most recently been working in the field of sustainable transport, and is particularly passionate about all things cycling. He is an expert in sustainability and steady state economics.  He did his Master’s thesis on the future of work, and how working time policy may be adapted for progress towards sustainable development.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Sustainable transport
  • Car-sharing and carpooling
  • Cycling economics
  • Steady State Economics
  • Working time policy
  • Climate change and sustainability
  • Behaviour change
  • Permaculture and local food

Christian has run successful community education courses through Chalkle, and has provided lectures to universities and community groups on alternative economic theory. He also won the Global Prize in the Vinyl 2010 essay competition for an essay on the food and energy crises.


Qualifications

  • MSc in Sustainable Development – Uppsala University, Sweden
  • Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Hons) – University of Canterbury, New Zealand

 

             

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