Cello Lockwood is a Master’s student at the Energy and Resources Group. Lockwood’s interests includes how evolved industrial practices can protect resources and redress environmental impacts while ensuring appropriate representation and inclusive decision-making for all stakeholders involved. Lockwood wants to expand their current research on Just Transitions in the textile industry and further explore barriers to implementation such as: overproduction/continuous growth logic, power asymmetry and top-down approaches which further perpetuate systemic injustices, and the paradoxical tensions that arise between short-term environmental goals and longer-term social consequences.
Prior to joining ERG, Lockwood holds a BA from Whitman College. Lockwood also worked for Fulbright as a researcher.