Our research crosses boundaries and extends our understanding of human-environment relationships and sustainable development.
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.
Engaging stakeholders in sustainable flood risk governance for urban resilience.
Developing, deploying and evaluating a mobile application and community-based intervention to increase the resilience of flood-prone communities around several cities in Brazil.
UK-Brazil collaboration for investigating the nexus between water, health and urban resilience.
Geo-spatial mapping of health services in slums.
Understanding risks and building enhanced capabilities in Latin American Countries
Building capacity for integrated governance at the Food-Water-Energy nexus in cities on water.
Working with data to improve urban development, health and wellbeing in low and middle-income countries.
Investigating the role and agency of purpose ecosystems in contributing to Earth System Governance.