Katrina Lehmann-Grube

PhD student


Katrina Lehmann-Grube is a PhD student under the SARChI Chair on the Sociology of Land, Environment and Sustainable Development. Her dissertation is titled ‘Renewable energy, land use change, and new geographies in South Africa: a case study of REIPPPP’. This project seeks to explore the ways in which renewable energy is reconfiguring land and spatial relations in South Africa.

Katrina is also a Researcher on Climate Change and Inequality at the Southern Centre for Inequality Studies (SCIS) at the University of Witwatersrand. She holds a BSc in Applied Biology, Ecology and Evolution from the UCT, and a MSc in Environment, Politics and Development from SOAS.