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Talking FOGs with Pennine Water Group

Early in the project we worked with our partner organisations to identify four specific issues, through which we can explore the new light that nexus thinking, together with a focus on everyday kitchen practices, can shed on ongoing policy challenges. … Continue reading

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Sustainability in turbulent times, Westminster conference

,  Just over the Thames from Parliament, the project was featured at Sustainability in Turbulent Times. This major event, attended by around 350 and featuring a range of high profile speakers, was the culmination of the work of the ESRC funded … Continue reading

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project prominent in nexus network report

The project Reshaping the Domestic Nexus was featured prominently in the Sustainability in Turbulent Times report which accompanied the conference of the same name, the culmination of the ESRC Nexus Network programme. The report can be found here.

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The evidence-policy gap | seminar contribution | London

The challenges of getting evidence and ideas from research into policy was the focus of a workshop at the Friends Meeting House in London today. Matt Watson presented on some of the basis of the Reshaping the Domestic Nexus project … Continue reading

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Practice theory and social change

How can practice theory be used to effect social change? That was an underlying question for the New Practices for New Publics workshop today, with a focus on how far practice theory can usefully inform processes of policy making and … Continue reading

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Project plenary at the Local Nexus Network conference, Oxford University

Food of course presents us with a tangle of problems, that come down to the challenge of getting people sufficiently fed on a finite planet. Re-scaling food systems so production, manufacturing and consumption happens through more local relations is sure … Continue reading

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New member of the team

We are delighted to welcome Dr Mike Foden to the project team today. Mike will be working full time on the project through to its completion next autumn. He joins us from the Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research … Continue reading

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