Kevin Grecksch is a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies. He is a social scientist who specialises in water governance and climate change adaptation. His research interests include water governance, climate change adaptation, governance of societal transformation processes, property rights and the governance of natural resources, sustainability and ecological economics. His British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship project deals with sustainable underground regulation in the UK. His current and previous work at the CSLS was part of the multidisciplinary ENDOWS (ENgaging diverse stakeholders and publics with outputs from the UK DrOught and Water Scarcity programme) and MaRIUS (Governance of Water Scarcity and Drought in the UK) project that engages legal scholars, economists, human geographers, hydrologists, and climate scientists in the development of a more risk-based approach to governance of drought. Kevin was also the PI of a John Fell Fund supported project on Managing drought and water scarcity – Strategies and options for the UK’s large industrial water consumers.