Friday 24 April 2009, University of Birmingham The opening mini-conference of the ESRC seminar series ‘Critical perspectives on public engagement in science and environmental risk’ explores the theoretical, methodological, empirical and practical dimensions of the emerging critical research agenda on participation in science and the environment. The morning session includes agenda setting presentations from leading…
UEA London on April 3rd 2014, to consider the potential academic and practical value of adopting a perspective on energy publics as emergent and co-produced
UEA, 26 June 2013 A symposium on interdisciplinary modeling, its challenges, and future prospects. What are the opportunities for integrating the natural and social sciences, or quantitative and qualitative data, in environmental modelling?
University of Sussex, May 2012 Drew together thirty-six experts in grassroots innovations to discuss their work studying community-based solutions for sustainable development across a range of sectors including food, energy, housing, finance, governance and consumption.
UEA London, March 2012. A panel discussion provided a timely opportunity to take a step back and reflect on recent developments within UK community energy and on their longer-term implications.
Norwich, March 2012. Draws on insights from a range of social science perspectives to undertake a system wide exploration of the range, modes and sites of participation in low carbon transitions.
UEA, January 2012. Professor Sheila Jasanoff, one of the world’s leading scholars in the study of the relationship between science and society, helped launched this 3S research group with a public lecture.