Digwyddiadau

Exploring the role of indigenous knowledge systems for plant and forest conservation in South Africa

24/02/2017

Dr Natasha Constant will deliver this seminar as part of the Sustainable Places Research Seminar Series.

Collaborating for Sustainable Natural Resource Management

16/03/2017

Professor Katarina Eckerberg, Umeå Univeristy, Sweden, will deliver the latest in the Sêr Cymru National Research Network for Low Carbon, Energy and Environment Public Lecture Series.

Who is the Circular Citizen? ‘Closing the loop’ on consumption and use practices

24/03/2017

Dr Kersty Hobson from the School of Geography and Planning will deliver this seminar as part of the Sustainable Places Research Seminar Series.

Natural resource management in Wales; challenges and opportunities.

28/03/2017

Emyr Roberts, Chief Executive of Natural Resources Wales will give a keynote lecture on the challenges and opportunities facing the natural environment of Wales and its sustainable management.

Does ‘place’ offer the best lens through which to develop public policy for sustainable and resilient communities? Adopting the ‘Deep Place’ Approach

07/04/2017

Dr Mark Lang will deliver this seminar as part of the Sustainable Places Research Seminar Series.

Identifying spatial variations: a comparison of multilevel modelling and GWR

05/05/2017

Dr Yi Gong will deliver this seminar as part of the Sustainable Places Research Seminar Series.

Conservation concerns of small-scale seagrass fisheries

19/05/2017

Ben Jones will deliver this seminar as part of the Sustainable Places Research Seminar Series.

New Directions in Agri-Environmental Governance? Insights from Anthropological Fieldwork in Herefordshire

02/06/2017

PhD candidate Thomas Vetter will deliver this seminar as part of the Sustainable Places Research Seminar Series.