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Pushing the pace of tree species migration

04 September 2014

In a new paper Dr Eli Lazurus and Dr Brian McGill explore the kind of intervention required to make a temperate forest biome keep up with the velocity of climate change.

UK Government visa rules challenges thinking on integrated society

04 September 2014

When it comes to immigration, there are surely few people who would be better integrated into British culture than those who are married to (and, perhaps, parents of) British citizens. However, the UK Governments new visa rules, introduced in 2012, restrict the rights of citizens who want to bring their foreign spouses to live with them.

An appetite for learning?

21 August 2014

Educational reform can help lay the foundations for improving food security in the Turks and Caicos Islands

A clear definition of 'sustainable land management' is needed says National Assembly Committee

15 July 2014

Professor Terry Marsden, Director of the Sustainable Places Institute has been acknowledged for his help as an advisor to the National Assembly's Environment and Sustainability Committee in their inquiry into sustainable land management in Wales .

Seagrass Meadows in a globally changing environment

30 June 2014

Researchers from the Sustainable Places Research Institute are among a group of academics to contribute to the recently published special issue of the Marine Pollution Bulletin, highlighting seagrass ecology and management around the world.

Climate change Professor honoured with MBE

16 June 2014

Professor Nick Pidgeon makes the Queen's birthday honours list for services to climate change awareness

Green Impact Gold for the Sustainable Places Team!

20 May 2014

The Sustainable Places Team takes the Gold at Green Impact Award Ceremony.

Can you really predict community cohesion with a road atlas?

20 May 2014

New study explores the impact of transport networks and local connectivity, on community cohesion.

The fast and the frugal

20 May 2014

How do we make decisions during water contamination events?

Media discourses on low carbon housing

20 May 2014

Using discourse analysis to assess how low carbon housing is portrayed within British broadsheet media.

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