To provide a world-class centre for EEES knowledge exchange that empowers scientific citizens, better equipping them to engage with local to global environmental issues.
We will embed an ethos of excellence in our knowledge exchange work, encompassing the different ways that EEES staff (academics and professionals) meaningfully interact with stakeholders, user communities and citizens, facilitating engagement over any or all stages of a knowledge exchange process, from issue formulation, the production or co-creation of new knowledge, to knowledge evaluation and sharing.
We are committed to increasing fairness in knowing in how we exchange knowledge through open and engaged practices where EEES academics and professionals meaningfully interact with stakeholders, students, end-users and members of the public to:
On 22 November Professors Clare Warren, Mark Brandon and Richard Holliman, and Dr Barbara Kunz travelled to Manchester for an OU Graduation Ceremony.
An EEES researcher is leading a new Natural Environmental Research Council-funded project to improve our ability to predict climate change using cutting-edge analysis of fossilised algae molecules.