Our research crosses boundaries and extends our understanding of human-environment relationships and sustainable development.
We develop world-leading research that engages with global sustainable development frameworks, including Agenda 2030Link opens in a new window and the United Nations Sustainable Development GoalsLink opens in a new window (SDGs).
We have expertise from science, humanities and the social sciences. We believe having multiple perspectives is the best way to deliver transformative change. We also work with non-academic stakeholders.
Forecasting social impacts of biodiversity conservation policies in Europe.
This project led by Professor Vicki Squire in Politics and International Studies will acquire improved understanding of the importance of ethically sound data-driven humanitarian aid.
Developing, deploying and evaluating a mobile application and community-based intervention to increase the resilience of flood prone communities around several cities in Brazil.
Developing Transdisciplinary Partnerships for Urban Water Transformations