Affiliation: Luke Parry is Principal Investigator on the Predicting Urban Food Insecurity under Climate Change in Brazilian Amazonia project. Luke is Lecturer in Ecosystem Services in the Lancaster Environment Centre at Lancaster University. His work on the Brazilian
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Luke is interested in identifying pathways towards sustainable urbanization in tropical forest regions, particularly the Amazon. He has been a Lecturer in Ecosystem Services in the Lancaster Environment Centre (LEC) since 2011 and is also currently an ESRC Future Research Leader Fellow (2014-16). Luke has a PhD in inter-disciplinary environmental science from the University of East Anglia and works extensively with research institutions in Brazil, including the National Space Research Institute (INPE), the Goeldi Museum, the Federal Universities of Pará (UFPA) and Amazonas (UFAM) and the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz). His passion for Amazonia spans its people and places, slow boat journeys and governmental census data.