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Sustainability

Water, health and wellbeing (Blue Health) (Project)

Project aim This aim of this project was to aid consideration of thinking of policy and practice linked to well-being and water. Funding was provided by Scotland’s Centre of Expertise for Waters (CREW) and it ran from ... Read more

Towards European Societal Sustainability (TESS) (Project)

The aim of TESS is to design an analytical framework to compare the success factors behind successful community transitions (social, physical, skills, economic etc), and assess their carbon saving potential. It is an Eur ... Read more

OrkCEmP - Orkney Community Empowerment Project (Project)

Project aim Orkney Community Empowerment Project (OrkCEmP) is part of the RESAS Theme 8 (Work Package 8.2) work on 'Governance and Decision-making for community empowerment in rural communities', running from 2011-2 ... Read more

Foodscapes (Project)

Project aim Foodscapes aims to explore how arts intervention and cultural engagement can help address social and economic exclusion, food poverty, and sustainability. It has been funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Counci ... Read more

FarmPath – Farming Transitions: Pathways towards regional sustainability of agriculture in Europe (Project)

The overall goal of FarmPath is to identify and assess future transition pathways towards regional sustainability of agriculture in Europe, and the social and technological innovation needs required to initiate and progress along ... Read more

Ecosystem Approach Review (Project)

Project aim This project aims to explore existing examples of the Ecosystem Approach, to identify implications for future equitable and holistic natural resource management.  ... Read more

Agroecology publications (Research Page)

Below if a sample of recent peer reviewed publications by staff working in the Agroecology Group. Please refer to individual staff pages for complete listings. ... Read more

Agroecology funding (Research Page)

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Students and teaching (Research Page)

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