Ian Christie is a senior lecturer at the Centre for Environmental Strategy in Surrey. Ian has worked at the University of Surrey since 2011, teaching and researching sustainable development. His interests are mainly in the political economy and ethics of sustainability; values and behavioural change in households, communities and large organisations; and policymaking for sustainability. He is also a member of the Southwark Diocesan Environmental Group and Environmental Advisor for the Kingston Area.
His publications include:-
Carley M and Christie I, (2000). Managing Sustainable Development, London: Earthscan, second edition.
Christie, I., Jackson, T., & Rawles, K. (2011). Ethical, Social and Behavioural Impacts of Climate Change. UK Government Office for Science Foresight programme on International Dimensions of Climate Change. London: Government Office for Science.
Christie, I. (2010), Human Flourishing and the Environment, discussion paper for Theos, Cafod and Tearfund project Wholly Living on flourishing and development.