Claire is a Reader in Sociology at Lancaster University. Her research looks at the way scientific knowledge is made, particularly in relation to environmental problems, and the roles that scientists, policymakers, the public and the material world play in these orderings.
Lisa is an Ecologist at the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology at Lancaster Environment Centre. Her research looks at how different approaches to land management can produce different benefits in the form of ecosystem services.
Katrina is a Freshwater Ecologist at the School of Biological Sciences at Queen’s University Belfast. Her research looks at phosphorus sustainability in terms of removal, recovery and reuse.
Ruben is a Senior Lecturer in Soil Chemistry at Cranfield University. HIs research looks at how application of compost, manure, slurry, sludge, biochar and digestates determine nutrient dynamics in soils.
James is a Research Lecturer in Ecological Modelling in the School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography at Bangor University. His research applies advanced statistical proceedures to farm level modelling, specifically the economic impact of policy change and effective adaptation to policy change.
You can find out more about James on his Bangor University staff profile.
Dave Chadwick is a Professor of Sustainable Land Use Systems in the School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography at Bangor University. His research looks at the management of nutrients in livestock manures and fertilisers, and how to optimise nutrient utilisation whilst minimising impacts on water and air quality.
You can find out more about Dave on his Bangor University staff profile.
Shailesh Shrestha is an Agricultural Policy Analyst at SRUC. His research applies farm level modelling and impact assessment to understand how big external changes in policies and environments impact individual farms.
Emma Cardwell is a Research Associate in the Sociology Department at Lancaster University. Her research looks at the sustainability of food production in the UK, with a focus on wild and farmed animals.