E4A RESEARCH FELLOW - MCGILL UNIVERSITY
COMPLEX SYSTEMS, ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS, LABOUR, WORK, AND PRODUCTION
Katie Kish is a Research Associate for the Global Footprint Network and Ecological Footprint Project at York University. In her role with the Footprint team, she supports knowledge synthesis and mobilization of the team’s research. She has a Ph.D. in Social and Ecological Sustainability from the University of Waterloo and a background in complex systems thinking and ecological economics which she applies to research on production, labour, and open knowledge commons. She is also a lecturer of ecological economics at the Haida Gwaii Institute and a Research Fellow with Economics for the Anthropocene.