Main current projects:
Project lead & coordinator: From Lock Down to Lock In? COVID19, changing social practices and transitioning to resilient, inclusive sustainable lifestyles
This ongoing project is advancing a cross-cultural social practice theory approach to exploring the social and cultural variation of the impact of the COVID19 pandemic on dynamics of daily consumption practices. The project is being led by ENP and includes a consortium of international scholars in the sociology of sustainable consumption across Europe, Asia, and the USA. Overview: https://www.wur.nl/en/display/From-Lock-Down-to-Lock-In-COVID19-changing-social-practices-and-transitioning-to-resilient-inclusive -sustainable-lifestyles-.htm
Energy Biographies: Exploring the intersections between lives, practices, and contexts
Citizen engagement in circular economy transitions
In addition to the above, Mary Greene supervises 3 individual PhD projects on diversity and food consumption practices in Africa; bio-fuel transitions in China; community resistance to extractivism in Ireland.