Seedcorn Fund projects 2016-2017

These are the successful Seedcorn Fund funded projects in 2016-2017:

Mapping pollinator habitat and identifying conservation opportunities in the Greater Bristol urban area

Kath Baldock (Biological Sciences), Shelly Dewhurst (West of England Nature Partnership), Becky Belfin (Bristol City Council), Janice Gardiner (Avon Wildlife Trust).

Climate change and natural hazards in Afghanistan: implications for sustainable development

Laura Evenstar, Steve Sparks, Francis Cooper (Earth Sciences), Peter Hopcroft and Paul Valdes (Geographical Sciences).

Cabot Cast - The Cabot Institute podcast

Alan Kennedy (Geographical Sciences)

Using local knowledge to elucidate co-drivers of disease-induced die-offs in wildlife and livestock under climate change on the Kazakh steppes

Eric Morgan (Veterinary Science), Steffen Zuther (Association for the Conservation of Biodiversity of Kazakhstan), Sarah Robinson (Zoology Dept, University of Oxford).

Green & Black Ambassadors Initiative – Six-Month Pilot

Vicki Woolley and Ian Townsend (Bristol Green Capital Partnership), Roger Griffiths (Ujima Radio), Helen Thomas-Hughes (Law School), Helen Manchester (Graduate School of Education) and Kat Wall (Public Engagement).

Understanding the Anthropocene: Teaching and Learning about Environmental Change for the Humanities

Marianna Dudley (Environmental History) and Bonnie Griffin (Bristol City Museum).

The power of glacial flour: a new path towards sustainable agriculture and boosted crop production in the developing world

Jemma Wadham, Jon Hawkings, T Davies-Barnard, Jon Telling, Andy Ridgwell (Geographical Sciences), Alistair Hetherington (Life Sciences).



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