Annemarieke’s projects included PuRpOsE, in which researchers undertook a more-than-human approach to Acute Oak Decline and tree health management and the IKnowFood project in which she worked together with UK farmers and engineers in a social learning process around agricultural innovation.
Her work across Europe, Australia and Canada on water governance has led to insights on securitisation of water and the importance of adaptive and systemic governance. More information is available on the Climate Adaptation and Water Governance webpage.
- The role of learning in farmer-led innovation
- Attending to nature: understanding care and caring relations in forest management in the UK
- Understanding why people waste food
- Towards a more-than-human approach to tree health
- Global water governance and climate change: Identifying innovative arrangements for adaptive transformation
- Combining citizen science and food waste – exploring the untapped potential
- New project explores how to secure the UK’s food future
- SEI and partners plan York city environment observatory
- Improving our relationship with oaks
- Australians visit Kristianstad for learning exchange on flood management