Sussex Sustainability Research Programme

SSRP virtual research symposium

Through the deluge: Forging ahead with sustainability research!


Date:
15-16 September 2020

Location: Zoom

As the way we work changed since the last annual Sussex Sustainability Research Programme (SSRP) Symposium, the 2020 event was held online over five sessions across two days. Delegates could attend all sessions, or just the sessions they were able to. The symposium focussed on how research is adapting in the face of the pandemic and global social justice movements, offering delegates an opportunity to reflect on the disruption to their sustainability research and get inspired to get back on track.

Programme

SSRP Symposium Virtual Research Symposium Programme 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presentations

Session 2 - The poverty and education goals in the face of COVID-19 financial crisis - Andreas Antoniades [PDF 771.21KB]

Session 2 - Socio-environmental impacts COVID-19 in the Peruvian Amazon - Milagros Toala [PDF 2.64MB]

Session 2 - The two crises The pandemic and global warming - Melissa Lazenby [PDF 775.16KB]

Session 2 - Setbacks and opportunities for the water goal - Mohammad Shamsudduha [PDF 2.73MB]

Session 3 - Impact of Covid-19 on Research Funding - Tina Lehmbeck and Mark Raven [PDF 252.81KB]

Session 3 - A Rapid Assessment of the Impact of Covid-19 on food systems and rural livelihoods in Africa - John Thompson [PDF 703.43KB]

Session 3 - Developing capability partnerships and research in ageing and HIV in Zambia in the time of COVID-19 - Jaime Vera Rojas and Belinda Chihota [PDF 1.38MB]

Session 3 - Forecasting with fishers out of a job - Max Martin [PDF 1.60MB]

Session 4 - Launch of the SSRP Methods Catalogue - Joshua Moon [PDF 298.35KB]

Session 4: The Global Biodiversity Convention - Anthony Alexander [PDF 409.80KB]

Session 4 - Closing gaps in global environmental treaties The ozone later treaty - Joseph Alcamo [PDF 668.34KB]

Session 4 - Closing Gaps in Global Environmental Treaties some key themes - Emanuela Orlando [PDF 217.24KB]

Session 4 - Outdoor air pollution, health and poverty - Wei Shen [PPTX 7.00MB]

Session 4 - Drought, poverty and HIV in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa - Collins Iwuji and Kingsley Orievulu [PDF 808.98KB]

Session 5 - Governing urban growing space for community resilience - Bonnie Holligan [PDF 257.43KB]


Recordings

Tuesday 15 September

Session 1: What can sustainability researchers learn from decolonial research?

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Watch session 1: What can sustainability researchers learn from decolonial research


Session 2: The SDGs take a hit

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Watch session 2: The SDGs take a hit

Session 3: So now what do I do? Tactics, North and South, for coping with disrupted research

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Watch Session 3: So now what do I do? Our tactics, north and south, for coping with disrupted research

Wednesday 16 September

Session 4: Before the deluge: new research findings coming on-line

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Watch Session 4: Before the deluge: new research findings coming on-line

Session 5: What's next? Plans for pandemic-related sustainability research

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Watch Session 5: What's next? Plans for pandemic-related sustainability research

 

 

Please note: the automatically-generated transciptions with these recordings are yet to be fully proof-read and corrected. If you need assistance with the transcripts, please contact ssrp@sussex.ac.uk