Chris Foulds


Chris joined the Consumption & Change theme of the Global Sustainability Institute as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in October 2013, and subsequently became Senior Research Fellow in August 2015. Before joining the Institute, he completed his PhD in the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of East Anglia. He has a background in environmental sciences, and in particular climate change, sustainable energy, buildings, and digital economy. These interests have developed more recently in line with the disciplines of geography, sociology, and science and technology studies.

Chris' primary interests are with regard to: Sociotechnical theories; Everyday life; Sustainable consumption; Domestic energy consumption; Built environment; Passivhaus; Building monitoring; Digital feedback technologies; Professional practices; Societal transitions; Innovation; Climate change; Interdisciplinarity.

Research Fields

Urban and Regional Planning

Editorial Board Memberships

Chris is not currently contributing as an editor for any journal or publisher.

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