Thursday 5th December 2.45pm-5pm

LEC Training room 1, Gordon Manley Building

Arrive 2.40pm for a 2.45pm start

2.45-2.50 Welcome and introduction - Nigel Clark

2.50-3.05 Nils Markusson - Tensions in framings of geoengineering: Constitutive diversity and ambivalence 

3.05-3.20 Emily Adams - Beekeepers as environmental citizens: a tale of pollination, pesticides and enthusiasm 

3.20-3.30 Beth Brockett - Carbon, sheep and aching feet - mixed methods mapping for a new appraoch to agri-environment schemes 

3.30-3.45 Ally Gormally - Interdisciplinarity, community energy, and beyond... 

3.45-3.55 'Flash' presentations

  • Natalie Swan - tbc
  • Guy Crawford - 'Neoliberal Nature' in the UK: the emergence of biodiversity offsetting in the English planning system 
  • Vicky Gorton - Learning Quantitative Methods: A study of the learning cultures, strategies, and attitudes of staff and students across the social sciences

3.55-4.10 Tea break and time to question the flash presenters **bring your own mugs - tea, coffee and milk provided**

4.10-4.25 Rebecca Ellis - Thinking with the invisible 

4.25-4.35 Rose Chard - Fuel poverty: thinking above and beyond the definition 

4.35-4.50 Nigel Clark - Political geology: negotiating with strata 

4.50-5.00 'Flash' presentations 

  • Giovanni Bettini - Climatised Moves – climate migration and the politics of environmental discourse
  • Danny Tregidgo -  Meeting demand for animal protein at the lowest cost to Amazonian ecosystems
  • John Childs - tbc

Wrap-up - Nigel Clark