Molly Scott Cato is a green economist and expert in the social economy who specialises in the issues of trade, work, money and cooperatives. She is Professor of Strategy and Sustainability at Roehampton University and has a PhD in economics from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. Molly studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oxford University.
Molly is developing her research in green economics and expanding the concept of bioregionalism as an economic response to climate change. In 2009 she published Green Economics: An Introduction to Theory, Policy and Practice and has written or edited several other books on related themes. She reviews for several leading journals and is a member of the Executive of the UK Society of Co-operative Studies.
Molly has three children – Ralph, Josh, and Rosa. She is an active member of her local community of Stroud in Gloucestershire. She is a Director of Stroud Common Wealth, Transition Stroud, and Meadow Prospect, a regeneration charity based in the South Wales Valleys. She is also an enthusiastic member of Stroud Community Agriculture.
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