I am an interdisciplinary researcher focused on systems that improve urban environments’ climate change resiliency. I am currently working with Dr. Dorea and the Public Health & Environmental Engineering (PH2E) group, with a focus on faecal sludge drying rates for application to a humanitarian emergency toilet. Previously I was engaged in economic, geographic, and public health analyses of SOIL’s household sanitation service for urban Haiti.

Ecological sanitation’s impact on the geospatial distribution of nitrogen for agriculture

Food security and equity and more?

Ecological sanitation and the nitrogen cycle

A solution to everything?

One Planet Living

Sustainability Seminar with Cora Hallsworth

Material use in modern society

Complexity, exquisite design,...and fragility

Infrastructure development and carbon emissions

The default trajectory just won't work

Integrated water management

Balancing human water security and biodiversity integrity

Economic growth is already a thing of the past

Research into Energy Return on Investment (EROI) and the U.S. economy

No decoupling, only displacement

The use of global multi-region output-input analysis to understand international trade footprints

Stewarding the environment: is it self-serving?

Ecosystem services and modern food practices

Tools of industrial metabolism

The problem with approaching circular economy as an industrial ecologist

Tools of industrial metabolism

Introduction to material flow analysis

Technological resignation and the IPAT equation

A thought model that got too narrow

Planetary boundaries

Yet another unhelpful human construct?

Introduction to industrial metabolism

Pros and cons of the approach

Decentralized water demand management technology for urban water management

Let's get radical

Why does place matter?

And what does sanitation have to do with it?

Where does your water come from?

Sooke Lake Watershed & Reservoir Field Trip

Urban Ecological Infrastructure & Design

Composting Toilets at the University of Victoria?