Stefano is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Applied Ecology Research Group and is currently working on the ‘Global Approaches to Smoking-Related Litter’ project funded by Keep Britian Tidy. His role is to provide a social science perspective when investigating viable solutions to smoking-related litter, leading on the design of a Delphi-inspired methodological approach to collect recommendations from a wide variety of experts.
Stefano is a social scientist with a sociological background and a strong interest in socio-ecological transitions. He first joined Anglia Ruskin University in 2018 as a PhD researcher at the Global Sustainability Institute, working on completing a thesis about exploring sociotechnical imaginaries of municipal energy transition and related policy work practices.
Before his PhD, Stefano worked as a research assistant at the University of Torino, (Italy) where he worked on various socio-environmental research projects mostly related to energy consumption and littering.