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Written by Dr Leslie Mabon from Robert Gordon University who received funding through the UKCCSRC's 3rd call of the International Research Collaboration Fund to spend two months in Japan I am an environmental sociologist with a particular interest in offshore carbon dioxide storage, who likes going out into the field...
A blog containing contributions written by Kazeem Rabiu a PhD student at Loughborough University and Xuesong Lu , a Research Associate at University of Sheffield who both received funding from the UKCCSRC’s ECR Meeting fund to attend the Manchester Biannual meeting . They both covered the same parallel session. Kazeem...
I am a great believer in interdisciplinarity. Energy and environmental change are complex issues, and lots of ideas and specialisations need to pull together to resolve many of the challenges our society is facing. This, I remind myself, is why I am currently standing in the middle of a building...
Written by Dr Leslie Mabon, PDRA Low Carbon Dialogue, University of Edinburgh, who also attended the IEAGHG Social Research Network meeting in Calgary in January on a UKCCSRC Early Career Development Bursary It is often said that travel broadens the mind, and so it proved to be when I headed to Calgary on a UKCCSRC Early Career Development Bursary to attend the fourth IEAGHG Social Research Network Meeting in mid-January. Such had been the busy-ness of the preceding few months that I practically had to be carried onto the Air Canada jet at Heathrow, but when I returned to Terminal 3 one week later I was fully re-energised and fired-up to do more low-carbon social science research. The most amazing thing of all was that I’d been motivated nearly as much by what I saw before and after the conference as by the talks and presentations during it.