Loch Brown

Associate Professor of Teaching
phone 604 822 8567
location_on GEOG 236

Research Area

Education

University of Sussex, 2007, PhD
Carleton University, MA, BA, Honours

About

 

Loch’s interests lies primarily in the theory and practice of political ecology, with a focus on global human-environmental systems and the use of emerging technologies in environmental and geographic education.  His courses examine a wide range of human-environment dynamics, and seek to engage with questions of socio-natural sustainability from an interdisciplinary perspective and at multiple temporal and spatial scales. Taught subjects currently span Sustainability, Political Ecology, Environmental Thought, Global Environmental and Social Trending, Environmental Management and Impact Assessment, Agriculture and Agro-food systems, and Natural Hazards.

 


Loch Brown

Associate Professor of Teaching
phone 604 822 8567
location_on GEOG 236

University of Sussex, 2007, PhD
Carleton University, MA, BA, Honours

 

Loch's interests lies primarily in the theory and practice of political ecology, with a focus on global human-environmental systems and the use of emerging technologies in environmental and geographic education.  His courses examine a wide range of human-environment dynamics, and seek to engage with questions of socio-natural sustainability from an interdisciplinary perspective and at multiple temporal and spatial scales. Taught subjects currently span Sustainability, Political Ecology, Environmental Thought, Global Environmental and Social Trending, Environmental Management and Impact Assessment, Agriculture and Agro-food systems, and Natural Hazards.

 

Loch Brown

Associate Professor of Teaching
phone 604 822 8567
location_on GEOG 236

University of Sussex, 2007, PhD
Carleton University, MA, BA, Honours

 

Loch's interests lies primarily in the theory and practice of political ecology, with a focus on global human-environmental systems and the use of emerging technologies in environmental and geographic education.  His courses examine a wide range of human-environment dynamics, and seek to engage with questions of socio-natural sustainability from an interdisciplinary perspective and at multiple temporal and spatial scales. Taught subjects currently span Sustainability, Political Ecology, Environmental Thought, Global Environmental and Social Trending, Environmental Management and Impact Assessment, Agriculture and Agro-food systems, and Natural Hazards.