Mrs Madeleine Kechagia

Mrs Madeleine Kechagia

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)

- PhD researcher/ Teaching and Support Assistant in Human Geography

(Supervisors: Prof. Ian Bailey, Dr. Nichola Harmer, and Prof. Iain Stewart)

- European Social Fund Project Administrator, Academic Partnerships


Masters with Merit in Sustainable Environmental Management, Plymouth University, UK (2013)

Bachelor in Business Administration, University of Macedonia, Greece (2012)

Teaching interests

Quantitative and qualitative research methods

Energy-themed cohort in Sustainable Futures module

Research interests

General research interests: environmental policy and politics,climate change, sustainable development, carbon markets, energy technologies,environmental & energy justice, place attachment, fracking

Currently, I'm researching attitudes towards and perceptions of shale gas fracking in UK communities (Lancashire and Yorkshire)

Grants & contracts

PU PhD Studentship 

How does policy learning influence the making of carbon markets? Lessons learned from the European Union in the development of Californian and Australian Emissions Trading Schemes (2013) MSc Dissertation. Plymouth University