We are delighted to welcome 7 new Fellows to the Landscape Decisions Programme. Fellows will be instrumental in bridging the component elements of the Programme and ensuring that all our exciting research is synthesises and integrated.
Abstracts and presentations from the Integrating quantitative social, ecological and mathematical sciences into landscape decision making workshop organised by the Isaac Newton Institute are now available online
Creative approaches for understanding and influencing landscape decision making
Friday 18th September 2020
Organised by the AALERT 4 DM project in collaboration with the Landscape Decisions PCT
Integrating quantitative social, ecological and mathematical sciences into landscape decision making.
7th September 2020 to 11th September 2020
Organised by the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences
The Design Innovation and Land-Assets Landscape Heritage Research Network and associated sister project Design Innovation and Land-Assets: Towards New Thinking & Communities are leading a call for abstracts for a Special Issue of CoDesign – International Journal of CoCreation in Design and the Arts.
Week-long informal exhibition within an open gallery space
18th – 22nd September 2020
The IMOT project team would like you to join them for the first public event of the project – Imagining the Measure of Change: art, science and the estuary community
The event is coordinated by Simon Read and Helene Burningham in collaboration with the Deben Estuary Partnership
Call for papers
A call for papers has gone out for a conference to be held on 26th/27th November 2020 (watch this space for further info on the conference), organised by the Multispecies Storytelling network, the conference will ask how multispecies approaches can be used to understand more-than-human heritage and explore the epistemological, methodological and policy implications of such thinking.
The network are inviting proposals from various disciplines including media studies, communication studies, cultural studies, geography, history, philosophy, literature, sociology, art, and anthropology. As well as ‘traditional’ papers, we welcome creative works that engage with the conference themes. Follow the links to find out more!
Fitting Models & Quantifying the Uncertainty of Predictions Workshop
Wednesday 15th July 2-4 p.m.
This is an addition to our Virtual Event series and is a workshop style event for those interested in: FITTING MODELS AND QUANTIFYING THE UNCERTAINTY OF PREDICTIONS
Networking in spie of COVID-19
Multiple sessions in June & July 2020
The Landscape decisions programme is delighted to announce a series of linked events taking place online. These will replace the planned face-to-face Landscape Decisions: Making Connections networking event that had to be cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic