Research on local organic food systems by 3S’s Dr Gill Seyfang (Reader in Sustainable Consumption) is a ‘Classic Paper’ in the field of Sustainable Development. Dr Seyfang’s work is the 5th most-highly cited paper on Sustainable Development that was published in 2006. This is according to Google Scholar, whose ‘Classic Papers’ highlight the ten most-cited…
EPSRC (2012-16) Developing, appraising and realising pathways towards a UK low carbon electricity system by 2050.
EC (2014-17) Develops a theory of transformative social innovation which is about empowerment and change in society.
ESRC (2011-13) Seminars that explore sustainability transitions (projected processes of social change to sustainable patterns of production and consumption) from explicitly social, political and economic perspectives.
EPSRC and ECLEER (2010-13) Studies the diffusion of community energy projects (grassroots innovations) in the UK. It explores the extent of networking between projects, and whether this is assisting in the innovation of community energy.
Leverhulme Trust (2010-13) Aims to understand the factors that support or hinder the diffusion of complementary currencies systems and how they might contribute to wider processes of systemic change for sustainability.
Carbon Connections (dates?) What actually happens when householders are provided with real time feedback on their domestic energy use?