Congratulations to our new Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences
Three Faculty of Social Sciences colleagues have been successfully nominated to become Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences: Jackie Harrison (Journalism); Damian Hodgson (Management School) and Kate Reed (Sociological Studies).
Green infrastructure: contributing to air quality, health and wellbeing
A new collaborative research project which explores how green infrastructure and other nature-based solutions contribute to air quality, health and wellbeing.
The ambiguous conservation benefits of caviar
Rising demand for luxury wildlife products among European & North American consumers is a key driver in the global illegal wildlife trade. Hannah Dickinson's research examines the impact of caviar trade regulations upon illegal caviar trade in the EU
The case for choosing nature-based solutions to infrastructure
Tom Wild is an ecologist with a background in environmental planning. Based in the Department of Landscape Architecture, Tom’s current work focuses on water management and the benefits of nature-based solutions in infrastructure.