Daniel graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University in the USA with a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies and Hispanic Studies, where he did honours research on the US Farm Bill and the alternative food movement. After graduating, he worked in the Governor of Illinois’ Office of Legislative Affairs, before moving to Australia to complete his Master’s of Environmental Management and Development at the Australian National University. He is now a PhD student at the University of Technology Sydney, focusing on how behavioural science and simulation modelling can be used to drive long-term sustainable behaviours with farming stakeholders in socio-environmental systems.
- Socio-environmental systems for sustainable development
- Behavioural science
- Social influence and the science of persuasion
- Ecological Economics
- Environmental Governance
- Social Media for Academics
- Kenny, D., Costanza, R., Dowsley, T., Jackson, N., Josol, J., Kubiszewski, I., Narulla, H., Sese, S., Sutanto, A., Thompson, J., (2019) Australia’s Genuine Progress Indicator Revisited (1962-2013). Ecological Economics.
- Kenny, D. (2017) Modeling of natural and social capital on farms: toward useable integration. Ecological Modeling. Vol. 356, pp. 1–13.
- Kenny, D. (2014) Transforming the Farm Bill: The Local Food Movement and Political Change. CrissCross: Vol. 1: Iss. 1, Article 4.
- Chambers, I., Costanza, R., Zingus, L., Cork, S., Hernandez, M., Sofiullah, A., Htwe, T.Z., Kenny, D., Atkins, P., Kasser, T., Kubiszewski, I., Liao, Y., Maung, A.C., Yuan, K., Finnigan, D., Harte, S. (2019) A public opinion survey of four future scenarios for Australia in 2050. Futures 107, 119-132.
- Wei, F., Costanza, R., Dai, Q., Stoeckl, N., Gu, X., Farber, S., Nie, Y., Kubiszewski, I., Hu, Y., Swaisgood, R., Yang, X., Bruford, M., Chen, Y., Voinov, A., Qi, D., Owen, M., Yan, L., Kenny, D., Zhang, Z., Hou, R., Jiang, S., Liu, H., Zhan, X., Zhang, L., Yang, B., Zhao, L., Zheng, X., Zhou, W., Wen, Y., Gao, H., Zhang, W. (2018). The Value of Ecosystem Services from Giant Panda Reserves. Current Biology 28, 2174–2180.e7.