Geographies of Sustainability, Society, Inequalities and Possibilities (GOSSIP)

The GOSSIP research group emerged from a series of boundary-crossing conversations between critical human geographers and sustainability scholars (from the arts and social and natural sciences), which first started in 2016.

The group is interested in conceptual debate, social theory and research grounded in the everyday realities of sustainability and society, including the diverse inequalities associated with them. They seek to explore possibilities and look for different ways forward as well as being attentive to other ways of ‘looking backwards’ across space and time. The group uses mixed methods, qualitative and archival research, and has a special interest in the co-production of knowledge with the non-academic world. 

For further information, please visit the GOSSIP website.