I'm involved with policy, resilience, and climate studies in the Public Policy Department at the Georgia Institute of Technology. My academic work is inter-disciplinary between systems science, sociology, ecology and economics. I am also a certified permaculture designer and am concerned with cultural studies of liberation informally.
Recent research interests include plant ecophysiology, carbon sequestration techniques, social welfare, local bioeconomy, medicinal mycology, biodynamic farming, coresearch, transhumanist ethics, economic succession, autonomous knowledge production, suburban land use and development, resilience theory, and knowledge commons and innovation.
Georgia Institute of Technology