My main interests as of late are interconnected, in the sense that I find both the theoretical framework of social practice theory and its application on issues of sustainable consumption fascinating. I find social practice theory to be a malleable framework that can be further moulded to fit new concerns that relate to consumption. Thus, it is interesting to extend the scope of this theory. Furthermore, the study of consumption and its consequences for environmental degradation is as relevant as ever.
PhD thesis: Understanding consumer’s capacity to transition to sustainable energy practices: A level playing field or a pipe dream?