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Agri-food, Bio-energy & Green-tech

Dr Rachel Slater

Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Resource Management
STEM; Engineering & Innovation

10 April 2017, 14:45

Professor Neil Edwards

Professor of Earth Systems Science
STEM; Environment, Earth and Ecosystem Sciences

18 April 2017, 13:35

Knowledge Production for Sustainable Bio-energy: An Analysis of UK Decision Processes and Priorities

In the UK policy context, the transition to a low-carbon economy is being envisaged through technological solutions which enhance the commercial use of knowledge in a competitive global market place.

15 June 2015, 15:34

Dr Shonil Bhagwat

Senior Lecturer in Geography
FASS; Geography

18 April 2017, 13:45

Financing Innovation in the UK Environmental and Clean Technology Sector

This project aims to investigate the role of different types of finance for supporting the innovative activity of small and medium sized enterprises (SME) operating in the environmental sector.

15 June 2015, 15:36

Professor Vincent Gauci

Professor of Global Change Ecology
STEM; Environment, Earth and Ecosystem Sciences

18 April 2017, 13:53

Community-Owned Renewable Technology Enterprises and Economic Development

Over the past decade or so a number of communities in Scotland, mainly in the Highlands and Islands, have succeeded in overturning centuries of (often absentee) landlordism by taking ownership of their land.

15 June 2015, 15:38

Professor Satheesh Krishnamurthy

Professor of Energy Technology
STEM; Engineering & Innovation

18 April 2017, 13:57

Milton Keynes Low-Carbon Living Programme

The Open University is an invited partner in a series of projects under the Milton Keynes Low Carbon Living programme. This includes representation on the two oversight bodies, the Steering and Advisory groups as well as being awarded research work in two projects.

15 June 2015, 15:40

Picturing Climate: Participatory Photography and Narrative Storytelling for Climate Change Education


This research aims to explore the potential of arts- and humanities-based methodologies – specifically participatory photography and storytelling – for climate change education. It will focus on developing local and international educational capacity on the effects of climate change upon food security and livelihoods.  


Agnes Czajka, Open University (Principal Investigator)
Dzeneta Karabegovic, Salzburg University
Jasmin Hasic, International Burch University

26 April 2019, 12:32

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Contact us

To find out more about our work, or to discuss a potential project, please contact:

International Development Research Office
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
The Open University
Walton Hall
Milton Keynes
United Kingdom

T: +44 (0)1908 858502