Dr David Evans is Lecturer in Sociology and Sustainable Consumption Institute Research Fellow at the University of Manchester. His research focuses on how consumption relates to the dynamics of everyday life and the ordering of social relations. More generally, he is interested in how ‘problematic’ trajectories of consumption emerge and the issues associated with governing them. He is currently working on a project that explores sustainable food consumption and another that explores how innovation processes interact with the contours of domestic life (with a specific focus on lighting and laundry). He has published widely on food waste and he edited (together with Hugh Campbell and Anne Murcott) the first collection of social science papers on the topic Waste Matters: New Perspectives on Food and Society (2013).
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