Bec works as a knowledge exchange specialist with the Climate Change Institute at ANU. Bec's role is to facilitate the strengthening of links between climate change researchers and end users of the research. Before joining the CCI, Bec's research at The University of Queensland explored ways of understanding social conflict about the environment through using the social identity approach to interrogate processes of stakeholder and community engagement. Present research interests include knowledge exchange, the human dimension of climate change, and the links between social psychology and decision-making processes.
Knowledge exchange for climate change solutions
Social dimensions of negative emissions technologies
The role of social psychology in shaping people's interactions with the environment
Social impacts of renewable energy development
Biases and decision-making processes