Caitlin Scott is a PhD candidate in the School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability (SERS) at the University of Waterloo. Her general interests include the role of corporations in global food governance and the resulting environment and health outcomes. More specifically, she is interested in questions of power in debates and discourse on sustainable, healthy food systems. Her current work focuses on the processed food industry and sustainable diets.
Caitlin completed her MA in Environment, Development and Policy at the University of Sussex, exploring governance of resources in cities to ensure social and ecological justice.