Nina Isabella Moeller
Nina is Associate Professor of Political Ecology and People’s Knowledge at the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR), Coventry University. She has worked in Latin America and Europe as a consultant to indigenous federations, NGOs, and the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization.
Her research focuses on:
biogenetic resource politics (especially seeds); subsistence livelihoods and agrarian change (especially in the Amazon); climate and development finance; uneven effects of sustainability transitions; commoning and other property relations; epistemic colonialism. Additionally, Nina has strong interests in herbalism, permaculture and has been involved in a variety of social, cultural and political movements. With her family, she ran an agroecological, real food guest house in Ardèche, France, for five years.