Gavin McCrory

Doctoral Student at Physical Resource Theory

Gavin McCrory is a PhD candidate in the division of Physical Resource Theory. The focus of his research is to understand labs in society, and their implications for sustainability transitions. With the growing recognition that leadership for sustainability should be taken at local and regional levels, and that participatory processes are necessary, his work aims to support policy makers and local authorities in designing, nurturing and evaluating labs. Gavin is an academic writing tutor and teaches in Challenge Lab, a problem-oriented learning environment located in Johanneberg Science Park.

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Learning to Frame Complex Sustainability Challenges in Place: Explorations Into a Transdisciplinary “Challenge Lab” Curriculum

Gavin McCrory, Johan Holmén, John Holmberg et al
Frontiers. Vol. 2, p. 1-11
Journal article

Sustainability-oriented labs in real-world contexts: An exploratory review

Gavin McCrory, Niko Alexander Schäpke, Johan Holmén et al
Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 277, p. 1-18
Review article

Healthy diets and sustainable food systems

Rasmus Einarsson, Gavin McCrory, Martin Persson
The Lancet. Vol. 394 (10194), p. 215-215
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Governing sustainability transitions: contrasting experimental arenas through the lens of Agenda 2030

Gavin McCrory, Niko Alexander Schäpke, Johan Larsson et al
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