Christopher Coghlan is a DPhil Candidate based at Keble College and the School of Geography and the Environment. Using a combination of quantitative and qualitative research methods, his research examines the impact of biodiversity, international trade, nutrition and governance on food security across multiple scales. Christopher explores food security indicators at the global level, compares Indian and Brazilian states and conducts fieldwork in the Indian Himalaya.
Degree completed in 2017.
Towards food security with nutritional health: multi-scale approaches
- Supervisor: Dr Shonil Bhagwat;
- Member: Biodiversity, Ecosystems and Conservation research cluster; Technological Natures: Materials, Cities, Politics research cluster;