Undergraduate student using a magnifying glass to examine a rock

 

This year the Fenner School of Environment & Society celebrates 15 years since its formation, bringing together various schools and institutions to become one of longest-standing and most influential centres for cross-disciplinary environmental research and education.

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26
Sep

Decoloyarning: What is this “decolonisation” about which you yarn? »

This article is a response to a piece of feedback the Decoloyarns editorial team received from a reader. They told us “you talk about decolonisation in your articles without saying what you think it means”.
19
Sep

Irrigation Research by Xolile Ncube Recognised by Crawford Fund  »

The Fenner School has is celebrating PhD Scholar Xolile Ncube, who recently received Crawford Fund NextGen support for her doctoral research. Ms Ncube’s research evaluates the effectiveness of Agricultural Innovation Platform (AIP) initiated innovations for sustainable smallholder irrigation schemes.
13
Oct

15 Years of Fenner: Provocations with Peter Greste

Should journalism be seen as a public good rather than a commercial enterprise? And if so, how do we support this pillar of democracy?
13
Oct

Transforming Small-Scale Irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa

It is increasingly acknowledged that multiple interventions are needed to transform rural communities into sustainable communities, creating jobs, food security and prosperous livelihoods for their residents. This event will discuss what kind of approaches are required to create rural transformation and development.