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Professor Stephen Morse has a background in applied biological science, and his research and teaching interests are broad, spanning both the natural and social sciences.

Steve joined the University of Surrey in August 2010, having previously been at the University of Reading (Geography) and University of East Anglia (Development Studies). Steve has helped to pioneer a number of participatory methodologies for sustainability assessment, including Triple Task. He has been involved in research and sustainable development projects across Europe, the Mediterranean, Africa and Asia.

Research interests

  • Partnerships in sustainable development (including the role of faith based groups)
  • Methodologies for stakeholder participation in sustainable development
  • Methodologies for assessing sustainability, including indices and indicators
  • Natural resource and environmental management
  • Agricultural/rural development (including sustainability indicators, sustainable livelihood analysis, integrated pest management, microfinance and the impacts of new technologies such as conventional and genetically modified crop varieties)

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