People

Professor John Boardman

Emeritus Fellow: Geomorphology and Land Degradation

School of Geography and the Environment

John Boardman is a geomorphologist with ongoing research interests in soil erosion in southern England; and land degradation, dam sedimentation and problems of water supply in South Africa.

E: john.boardman@eci.ox.ac.uk
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Dr Edoardo Borgomeo

Honorary Research Associate

Environmental Change Institute

Edoardo is an honorary research associate at Environmental Change Institute working on a range of water management projects in the UK and internationally.

E: edoardo.borgomeo@smithschool.ox.ac.uk
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Professor David Bradley

MSc Teaching Associate and Honorary Research Associate

School of Geography and the Environment

David Bradley is Ross Professor of Tropical Hygiene Emeritus at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, with expertise in domestic water supply and public health, including the landscape epidemiology of water-related disease, taxonomy and functional classification of small water bodies, and health hazards of water storage.

E: david.bradley@lshtm.ac.uk
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Ben Caldecott

Director, Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme

Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment

Ben’s research is focussed on the intersection between environmental sustainability and applied economics and finance. Particularly in how financial institutions are affected by environmental factors, what they can do to manage these factors, and the implications of managing or failing to manage them. Ben is also interested in how environmental policy and regulation interacts with finance and vice versa.

Ben has ongoing research exposure to other sustainability topics, including: international and domestic climate change policy; low carbon economic development; renewable energy investment; energy efficiency policy; biodiversity and protected area conservation; prudential regulation and systemic risk; carbon markets; and ‘green’ financial centres.

E: ben.caldecott@smithschool.ox.ac.uk
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Dr Katrina Charles

Associate Professor, REACH Co-Director, Senior Research Fellow

School of Geography and the Environment

Dr Charles is an environmental engineer by training, who leads an interdisciplinary research team on water security. Her work addresses the challenge of providing sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services for all, with a focus on risk-based approaches in developing countries to improve health outcomes for all. She co-directs REACH – Oxford’s largest water security programme.
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E: katrina.charles@ouce.ox.ac.uk
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