‘The Sustainability Series’ is a collection of articles showcasing the work of members of the St Andrews Network for Climate, Energy, Environment and Sustainability (STACEES). Launched in April 2021, this research network aims to enhance and promote world-leading, innovative sustainability research at the University of St Andrews.

The Sustainability Series aims to be accessible to all. Whether you want to learn something new about sustainability or read about the many different ways our researchers are responding to the climate crisis, we hope the series has something for everyone. Each article showcases the cutting-edge work of a researcher or research team at the University of St Andrews. The Series promotes researchers of all career stages, from PhD students to professors, and one article – ‘Creative breathing space for big green research projects’ – illuminates the University’s vision for its new Eden Campus. The Sustainability Series is multidisciplinary; it features projects relating to climate inequality, environmental humanities, ecosystems, biodiversity, energy, sustainable technologies and climate change, approached from a broad range of perspectives, and collaborations from across the University.

More information can be found on the STACEES website.

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