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Immediate CE projects include a collectively written environmental history of the University of Warwick campus and a concerted linking up of course and research material to a student-run garden allotment and related foodways work on campus.

CE is also constituted by the intersections between the research and teaching interests of its members: Nick Lawrence (world-ecology and world-literature, ecopraxis, green aesthetics), Emma Mason (religion and ecology, theories of affect), Chris Maughan (food cultures, eco-activist literature), Graeme Macdonald (petrocultures), Sarah Moss (environmental nonfiction, Northern cultures and ecosystems), Pablo Mukherjee (city planning, urban infrastructures and violence; natural disasters and empire), Mike Niblett (world ecology in Caribbean literary studies; global commodity frontiers and world literature), Julie Hudson (ecotheatre), Jonathan Skinner (ecopoetics, sound studies, ecocriticism), and George Ttoouli (ecopoetics, food cultures). Several CE participants contributed to a report compiled by Dr. Ria Dunkley, of Warwick’s Institute of Advanced Teaching and Learning, entitled ‘Education for Sustainability,’ as well as to the Environmental Studies Research Network led by PhD graduate Yvonne Reddick. The resources and research impetus provided by CE was also cited in support of Mike Niblett’s recent application to the European Research Council’s Consolidator Grant scheme for a project examining literary responses to the environment-making movements of global commodity frontiers.