The St Andrews Sustainability Institute (SASI) is a group of people at the University of St Andrews who are working towards a sustainable future for everyone. A key objective of SASI is to provide a focus for existing interdisciplinary research at the University and a spark-point for new collaborations across the whole breadth of sustainability. Members of SASI are drawn from more than a dozen academic schools and administrative units within the University.

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  • Pacific climate cultures : living climate change in Oceania 

    Crook, Tony; Rudiak-Gould, Peter; University of St Andrews. St Andrews Sustainability Institute; University of St Andrews. Social Anthropology; University of St Andrews. Centre for Pacific Studies (De Gruyter Open, 2018-09) - Book
    Low-lying Pacific island nations are experiencing the frontline of lea-level rises and climate change - and are responding creatively and making-sense in their own vernacular terms. Pacific Climate Cultures aims to bring ...
  • Fear of cancer recurrence in oral and oropharangeal cancer patients : an investigation of the clinical encounter 

    Ozakinci, G.; Swash, B.; Humphris, G.; Rogers, S. N.; Hulbert-Williams, N. J. (2018-01) - Journal article
    Fear of cancer recurrence (FCR) is common among individuals treated for cancer. Explorations of how this fear is expressed within an oncology setting and responded to are currently lacking. The aim was to investigate how ...
  • Riverside wren pairs jointly defend their territories against simulated intruders 

    Quirós-Guerrero, Esmeralda; João Janeiro, Maria; Lopez-Morales, Marvin; Cresswell, Will; Templeton, Christopher N. (2017-12) - Journal article
    Duets are a jointly produced signal where two or more individuals coordinate their vocalizations by overlapping or alternating their songs. Duets are used in a wide array of contexts within partnerships, ranging from ...
  • Introduction : Pacific climate cultures 

    Crook, Tony; Rudiak-Gould, Peter (De Gruyter Open, 2018-09) - Book item
  • Social identity and health at mass gatherings 

    Hopkins, Nick; Reicher, Stephen David (2017-12) - Journal article
    Identifying with a group can bring benefits to physical and psychological health. These benefits can be found with both small-scale and large-scale social groups. However, groups can also be associated with health risks: ...

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