Where We Live Next: project evidence hub
The materials in this evidence hub look at the role of place and place-sensitive policy making in addressing issues of environmental sustainability, as well as how engaging with people in the places where they live leads to better and more effective and efficient policy making in practice, reflecting the diversity of communities and the local environments in which they live.
Evidence synthesis report
A summary of insights from our commissioned research.
In 2022, the British Academy commissioned six projects that examined various facets of environmental sustainability using a place-sensitive lens. This report synthesises this evidence base and brings together insights to help stakeholders better understand the role of place-sensitive policymaking and its application to environmental sustainability. In doing so, it examines how engaging with people in the places where they live leads to better and more effective and efficient policymaking in practice, reflecting the diversity of communities and local environments.
Commissioned project reports
In early 2022, the British Academy commissioned six research projects that explore various facets of environmental sustainability using a place-sensitive lens.
Youth, Sustainability and Democracy: How young people can shape environmental policy in urban spaces
Project Lead: Prof James Sloam, Prof Matt Henn & Dr Christine Huebner
Project Lead: Professor Georgina Endfield, University of Liverpool
Voices, spaces and scales of environmental governance in the South West of Britiain: Exploring climate policy and green recovery
Project Lead: Dr Sophia Hatzisavvidou, University of Bath
A trans-disciplinary approach to scaling community voices for place-sensitive policy-making through places and practices of food
Project Lead: Professor Minna Sunikka-Blank, University of Cambridge