Centre for Sustainability, Responsibility, Governance and Ethics

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Our focus is on enhancing livelihoods, improving life choices and opportunities and supporting innovations that will improve the sustainability of communities in the face of current challenges. We do this by undertaking research and training in the areas of sustability and resilience. We work in the UK and overseas, principally in Africa and the Maghreb, and increasingly in South America. Through the sharing of ideas and experience CSRC seeks to inform policy, provide guidance for individuals, communities, institutions and governments, and generate evidence of the impact of our resrarch and related practical measures.

Aims:

  • To build a strong and diverse resaerch portfolio that contributes to an increase in resilience of communities and supports a more sustainable use of human and natural resources.
  • To develop and engage in UK and international collaborative partnerships with other leading academic institutions, multilateral agencies and NGO's working on sustainability and resilience issues. 

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migrant Social Sciences
social responsibility Social Sciences
air traffic Social Sciences
market Social Sciences
Coffee Engineering & Materials Science
entrepreneur Social Sciences
Bicycles Engineering & Materials Science
migrant worker Social Sciences

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Research Output 2012 2018

African Forest Honey: an Overlooked NTFP with Potential to Support Livelihoods and Forests

Lowore, J., Meaton, J. & Wood, A. 8 Mar 2018 In : Environmental Management. 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
Deforestation
nontimber forest product
honey
Conservation
commercialization

A Kaleidoscopic View of the territorialised Consumption of Place

Cheetham, F., McEachern, M. & Warnaby, G. 28 Mar 2018 In : Marketing Theory. 20 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Empirical research
Synchronicity
Marketing
Intangibles
Dissolution

A Study of Fatal Pedestrian Crashes at Rural Low Volume Road Intersections in Southwest China

Xie, X., Nikitas, A. & Liu, H. 8 Feb 2018 In : Traffic Injury Prevention.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Pedestrian safety
pedestrian
China
Driver training
road

Projects 2016 2018