For 20 years I have focussed on facilitating social action in response to urgent environmental and social challenges. This has involved spending time in national parks, in the UK and Nepal, designing and evaluating environmental education. I have also set up a social enterprise, which placed thousands of volunteers into hundreds of civil society organisations globally over 10 years. I now work as a consultant advising charities on ways to mobilise diverse support for conservation (selected case studies here).
In 2023 I start a DPhil in Biology, supervised by Dr Diogo Veríssimo and Professor Amy Dickman, looking at societal values of wildlife.
I have a BSc Hons (First Class) in Tourism Management from the University of Plymouth and an MSc in Development Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). I am a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) and Postgraduate Representative of the RGS Animal Geographies Working Group.
Tubb, K. (2003). An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Interpretation within Dartmoor National Park in Reaching the Goals of Sustainable Tourism Development, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 11 (6), 476-498.