Dr Charles Warren

Dr Charles Warren

Senior Lecturer

Researcher profile

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I contribute to all four years of the Geography MA and BSc programmes, including a specialist Honours optional module on 'Environmental Management in Scotland'.  I also teach on the Sustainable Development undergraduate programme.  At Masters level, I coordinate an optional module entitled 'Environmental Management'.

Research areas

Charles Warren's current research interests lie within the broad field of environmental management.  In particular, he is engaged in research into:

1. Environmental policy debates in Scotland, including the sustainability of upland estates, the conversion of farmland to grow energy crops, and the management of lowland & peri-urban deer.

2. Social dimensions of the energy transition, including public attitudes towards renewable energy technologies.

3. Proposals for 'rewilding' and the reintroduction of lost species.

4. Debates surrounding the conservation management of alien and native species.

His h-index is currently 36, and 12 of his publications have been cited over 100 times.

For further information, see the Environmental Change Research Group

PhD supervision

  • Abigail Whitefield
  • Saso Gorjanc
  • Jessica Hogan

Selected publications


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