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Centres:

Centre for Natural Materials and Structures

Director: Dr Michael Ramage, Faculty of Architecture and History of Art

Keywords: design, construction, natural materials, traditional methods, contemporary architecture, sustainable, affordable, renewables, energy efficiency, NGOs, Latin America, innovation, bamboo

 

Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance

Director: Professor Jorge Vinuales, Department of Land Economy

Keywords: environment, energy, natural resources, governance, environmental transitions, law, environment-driven societal transformation, policy, sustainability, agriculture, innovation, climate change, conservation, natural science, engineering

 

Projects:

The interaction of ICT networks structure and downstream trade flows: two case studies from India (IRuralNet)

Researcher: Dr Shailaja Fennell, Department of Land Economy

Funder: UK-India Education and Research Initiative

Keywords: ICT, India, trade

 

Food Globalisation in Prehistory (FOGLIP)

Researcher: Professor Martin Jones, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology

Funder: European Research Council (ERC)

Keywords: archaeobotany, genetics, stable isotope analyses, ethno-archaeology, Eurasia, early globalisation,
Kazakhstan, China, palaeoclimatic analyses

 

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