Environment and resources
About this theme
This theme covers all aspects of the natural and man-made environment and the resources deriving from it, including environmental development and conservation, sustainability, agriculture, food, climate, and energy. It is one of the eight universal themes which form our grantmaking framework and allow us to address every aspect of society. Fellows’ stories
Blogs & conversations Climate change and quidecol
By Edward Goldfinch, 2022
Blogs & conversations Understanding the circular economy
By Seigo Robinson, 2022
Fellows' updates May 2022 Fellows' update: Bryce Evans
Professor Bryce Evans (CF 2014) has written a book entitled Feeding The People In Wartime Britain, which was published this month. The book draws upon Bryce’s Fellowship research, which explored social eating in Peru.
By Bryce Evans, 2022
Fellows' updates March 2022 Fellows' update: Tom Cannon
Cobnut grower Tom Cannon (CF 2019) appeared on BBC Two’s Marcus Wareing's Tales from a Kitchen Garden show on 11 March. As a result of his Fellowship, he has begun establishing a nut tree nursery and has provided Marcus with trees.
By Tom Cannon, 2022
Fellows' updates January 2022 Fellows' update: Anna de la Vega
The Urban Worm, the social enterprise founded by Anna de la Vega (CF 2016), has been featured in the Guardian. The piece explores Anna’s work to raise the profile of vermicomposting in the UK and her support for community worm-farming projects.
By Anna de la Vega, 2022