Can a novel knowledge co-production approach advance the ability of community organisations to harness the social sciences in urban biodiversity renewal?

Published on 4 December 2023

Bethan Stagg’s Flex Fund project aims to test and develop a novel knowledge co-production approach with schools, families and organisations for increasing biodiversity and nature connectedness in an urban area of multiple disadvantage in Plymouth.

Bethan and Co-Investigator Lindsay Hetherington are working with partners; Devon Wildlife Trust – Wilder LearningPlymouth City Council – Natural Infrastructure; and Zebra Collective. Bethan has also added some great videos to their project webpage that showcase urban biodiversity in her local neighbourhood.

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