I am currently Anniversary Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Global Environmental Politics at the politics department, University of Sheffield

Previously, I have taught at SOAS University of London and King’s College London. I completed a PhD in geography at King’s College London in 2016, investigating the politics and impacts of forest-based climate change mitigation (REDD+) in Nigeria. I obtained an MSc degree from King’s College London and a BSc from the University of Ibadan.

My research and teaching focus broadly on how questions of power, knowledge, interest, conflict and subjectivity play out in human relations with and over the environment. My specific areas of interest include political ecology, governmentality studies, global environmental governance, climate change, the green economy, forest conservation, neoliberal conservation, and Nigeria.

I am a fellow of the Sheffield Institute for International Development (SIID) and the BIOSEC project.