Dr Geoff Goodwin
Departmental Lecturer in Development Studies
Department of International Development
Geoff is a Departmental Lecturer in Development Studies researching community water management in the Andean region. He is particularly interested in understanding how community water organisations relate to the state and market and how water regimes integrate and promote alternative value and knowledge systems
Catherine Fallon Grasham
Postdoc - REACH
Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment
Catherine is a social scientist on the REACH project examining water-poverty linkages in Ethiopia and Kenya. Her research interests centre on ideas around environmental justice within livelihoods, smallholder agriculture, WASH, governance and policy.
Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Faculty of Law
Kevin is a social scientist and ecological economist specialising in water governance and climate change adaptation. His core research interests include water governance, climate change adaptation, property rights and natural resources, sustainability and ecological economics. Kevin is involved in the MaRIUS project and the ENDOWS project. From 2018 to 2021, Kevin is a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow and his fellowship project deals with sustainable underground governance and regulation in the UK.
Department of Engineering Science, Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment
Heloise is a DPhil student working on the Smart Water programme. Her work involves condition monitoring systems for handpumps in rural regions, along with the construction of tools for risk assessment of water insecurity. This work involves studies in Kenya and Bangladesh, and is funded by UNICEF. She is co-supervised by Prof. Rob Hope and Patrick Thompson in the School of Geography and the Smith School of Enterprise.
Professor David Grey
Visiting Professor of Water Policy
School of Geography and the Environment
David Grey was World Bank staff for 27 years to 2009, latterly as its Senior Water Advisor, working on water issues in over 80 countries, including living in Africa and Asia for 15 years, and currently working at the interface of water resources science, policy and practice.