Based at the University of York’s Department of Environment and Geography, Sam is a transdisciplinary researcher working on designing and delivering Three Horizons workshops with Yorkshire food system stakeholders to co-create transformative pathways to regenerative futures; analysing the results using systems science and futures thinking techniques; and developing links between these results and other FixOurFood workstreams (including work on governance, metrics and narratives). He is also researching understandings of regenerative systems and contributing to research on food system synergies. Sam has a BA (Hons) in Biological Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge and an MSc in Environmental Economics and Environmental Management from the University of York, with several academic prizes. His research interests range widely from system transformation, futures methods, philosophy, new economics, and youth activism in the face of global crises, to natural history, ecology and nature conservation. He is a Research Associate with Global Assessment for a New Economics (GANE) and a Youth Advisory Board member for the University of Hull’s Energy and Environment Institute project exploring youth-led adaptation to climate change in Vietnam. He has also worked with numerous British nature conservation NGOs, including at the RSPB’s innovative Hope Farm, and with the University of Cambridge to produce its Biodiversity Action Plan.