Sustainable Development


Running and neoliberalism

Posted on 9 July 2019 by Sustainable Places

Dr Sara MacBride- Stewart Going for a morning run in Sao Paulo while attending a Latin American research network meeting on neoliberalism and subjectivity, gave me some time to reflect on my experience of negotiating unfamiliar streets and on the question of what makes a megacity, runnable? More specifically, in asking how it was possible
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A summary of Sense(s) of Place

Posted on 7 December 2018 by Sustainable Places

Lorena Axinte, Matthew Quinn, Catia Rebelo, Alice Taherzadeh and Gloria Giambartolomei For the UK ESRC Festival of Social Science a few of us took over Chapter Arts Centre, eager to showcase the range of research we’re undertaking in PLACE. During the two-day event we explored different meanings of place, its role for future sustainability, as well as the innovative methods we use
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100% Certified: How private food standards impact stakeholders, democracy, and Costa Rican forests

Posted on 12 October 2018 by Sustainable Places

Julianna Horiuchi Research Assistant, spring 2018 I’m Julianna Horiuchi, an undergraduate student from the U.S. studying Environmental Science and Food Systems at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. I joined the Sustainable Places Research Institute (PLACE) as a research assistant for the spring 2018 term, moving to Cardiff for five months to dive headfirst into sustainability
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Tourism development in three Mexican towns

Posted on 24 August 2018 by Sustainable Places

Annie Tucker, Research Assistant During a five-month placement as a research assistant of PLACE’s Dr. Angelina Sanderson Bellamy, Annie Tucker investigated tourism development in three different Mexican towns with interview and spatial data. The first of two projects briefly examined the settlement history and tourism rise of two Quintana Roo towns (Tulum and Punta Allen), and
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SUSPLACE spring training session – Sustainability science for societal changes

Posted on 15 June 2018 by Sustainable Places

Lorena Axinte, Early Stage Researcher Catia Rebelo, Early Stage Researcher Abid Mehmood. Research Fellow Matthew Quinn, Distinguished Visiting Fellow Imagine a two-week gathering of researchers, academics, consultants, social disruptors, social entrepreneurs, public servants and artists, debating, learning and sharing knowledge and personal journeys in sustainability science. Add some charming set-ups – including Bute Park, Cardiff
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