Pierrick Chalaye

Research Fellow


Energy and environmental politics and policy (comparative); social and environmental justice (discourse approach); deliberative and participatory democracy (political theory and practice); and human geography.


Dr Chalaye’s research interests include energy and environmental politics and policy, deliberative democratic theory and qualitative research methods. He is working on the Southcoast u-grids Reliability Feasibility (SuRF) project.


Dr Chalaye is a research fellow in the School of Engineering, Australian National University. He has a PhD in comparative environmental politics/policy from the University of Canberra, Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance.

Activities & Awards

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