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Miss Carlotta Molfese
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
PhD Student in Human Geography and scholar-activist.
PhD Candidate in Human Geography with 1+3 ESRC scholarship, Plymouth University 2017-2021
Before embarking on my post-graduate journey in human geography, I specialised in human impacts on the marine environment with a particular interest in fisheries, aquaculture and marine ecosystems change over time.
Grants & contracts
Economic and Social Research Council 1+3 scholarship at Plymouth University
Key publications are highlightedJournals
Molfese C, Beare D, Hall-Spencer JM (2014) Overfishing and the Replacement of Demersal Finfish by Shellfish: An Example from the English Channel. PLoS ONE 9(7): e101506. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0101506
Reports & invited lectures
RGS-IBG 2019 Conference, paper presented at the session Environmental and Ecological Justice: Anarchist Contributions and Perspectives, entitled "The end of Nature and Politics in the Anthropocene: anarchist traces and possibilities".
While I conduct my PhD research, I also help co-manage a small-scale ecological restoration and farming project in the South of Italy with my partner. Our more-than-farming project "Niter" has been built on principles of agroecology/permaculture, energy and water self-sufficiency and what I call "ecological mutual aid". Hence, unlike the focus of organic farms and practices on 'bio' and non-human entities generally understood as "living", we extend our efforts to ecological relationships between bio and geo, including soils, energy and water.