Rachel Qiu Kexin reads for a B.A. in Geography at the University of Oxford. Her interests lie broadly in climate justice, environmental action, and the political economy of the environment. She wants to save the world one day and foster lots of kittens, but for now has to contend with not mucking up pasta in the kitchen.
Josh Lappen is pursuing an MPhil in History at the University of Oxford. He studies climate, energy, and natural resource history, and is currently writing on cultural conflict over coal power. He previously completed an M.S. in climate science and energy engineering and a B.A. in Classics at Stanford University.
Karl Dudman is a doctoral student at Oxford University’s Institute for Science, Innovation and Society. His research explores the social visibility of climate change in the southeast U.S. Outside of his PhD, Karl is also a freelance photographer and youth delegate to the UNFCCC for the Seychelles.
Jack Kelly is a DPhil student in Engineering Science at the University of Oxford. His studies focus on wind energy, in particular the control strategies of wind turbines. Previously he has completed a Bachelor of Science at Harvard University in Environmental Engineering.
Julia Jones is a second year Geography undergraduate from St Edmund Hall. In her spare time, she sings in a band and writes her own music. She has performed for many years as an acoustic musician, including her own music and performed at many balls and events in Oxford.
Helena de Gorrequer Griffith
University of Queensland
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
Humboldt University, Berlin
University College London
University of Toronto
Colorado State University