Five years, five students: 25 Cambridge-Africa scholars
Black soldier fly larvae help with a green food waste business
Daniel, ESD13-14, is Graduate Sustainability Officer at Peabody Housing Association, London involved in many areas such as solar PV, renewable heat, energy efficiency and fuel poverty strategies.
Nafisa Bhikhoo produced a dissertation titled “Energy Efficiency in Low Income Tropical Housing: A Study into Improving Thermal Comfort in Low Income Housing Designs in Thailand through the Effective Incorporation of Passive Design Strategies” as part of her Engineering for Sustainable Development MPhil in 2014-15.
For the final role play exercise of the Michaelmas term, the cohort were set the task of proposing policies to advance the sustainable development of the UK through the automotive industry.
Understanding the viability of sewer wastewater heat recovery systems Stephanie Drenten ESD 15-16
The case for public health policy engagement – a series of case studies
Professor Peter Guthire has now retired from the Centre for Sustainable Development.
Welcome to our new ESD Students.
The ESD MPhil conference was held 11-13 July 2016 at the Department of Engineering.
A position exists, for a Research Assistant/Associate in the Department of Engineering, to work on the EPSRC funded project "Achieving Urban flood resilience in an uncertain future", which will be delivered by a consortium of 9 UK Universities.
Tahawar Hussain Syed was part of the winning Fitzwilliam College cricket team in the inter collegiate cricket cuppers competition.
Secret aid worker: my bra stopped me from running into the path of gunfire
Dr Dick Fenner, co-author of 'Waterworld' featured in Horizons Issue 30, discusses flood risk within urban environments and how to combat flood risk through infrastructure.