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Professor Edmund Penning-Rowsell

Distinguished Research Associate

School of Geography and the Environment

Edmund Penning-Rowsell has more than 35 years experience of research and teaching in the flood hazard field, analysing floods and investment in flood alleviation, river management, water planning, and landscape assessment. His research focuses on the social impact of floods, and the policy response from regional, national and international organisations.

E: edmund@penningrowsell.com
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Rebecca Peters

DPhil - REACH

School of Geography and the Environment

Rebecca is a DPhil studying processes of institutional change in the urban water sector, primarily focusing on water security risks for the garment industry in Bangladesh. Uniting her background in economics and ecology, her research will examine relationships among government, society, and international industry, and explore the role of policy and regulation to support inclusive economic transitions.
Supervisor: Prof Robert Hope

E: rebecca.peters@ouce.ox.ac.uk