Sustainability at scale – The role of social science research in building longer term solutions

7th September 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Using the frames of health, literacies, ecology and governance, this session will explore how we work across disciplines and sectors to engage with sustainability at a micro and macro level. Featuring a
broad range of research and practice at the University of Glasgow and associated partners, the presented approach strives towards a long-term and holistic approach to policymaking and planning for sustainability.

Professor Jude Robinson
Professor in Health & Wellbeing & Deputy Head of College of Social Sciences, University of Glasgow

Dr Mia Perry
Senior Lecturer in Community Development and Adult Education, School of Education, University of Glasgow

Dr Jill Robbie
Lecturer, School of Law, University of Glasgow

Dr John Shi
Senior Lecturer in Hydrology, School of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Glasgow

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7th September 2020
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University of Glasgow
Hillhead, United Kingdom

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Aspect
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