ACCESS - Advancing Capacity for Climate  and Environment Social Science
ACCESS - Advancing Capacity for Climate  and Environment Social Science
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News & Events


News & Blog


News Marine citizen film screenshot of an illustration of people sitting on paddleboards in the sea in a circle

What is a marine citizen? A short film from Plymouth Sound National Marine Park and Ocean Conservation Trust

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News Infographic showing the factors that influence the intergration of social science into policy and practice

What factors influence Environmental Social Science inclusion in policy and practice? ACCESS report

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Blog

Emotions, Ethics, and Realities: reflections on decolonising conservation research by Jaya Gajparia

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News Bottle of sauce

“The social sciences act as a secret sauce in ways that catalyse more effective and impactful research and innovation…”

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News Welsh Flag with blue building in the background

Foresight for sustainable development and well-being governance in Wales report

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News Smart meter and instructions

Public acceptance of smart home technologies in the UK: a citizens’ jury study

Blog Small group discussion in the multi stakeholder workshop in Milford Haven

How to make industrial decarbonisation relevant and fair for local communities? By Huei-Ling Lai

News Motorway with car

How can social scientists can get involved with the Catapult Network?

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News Sea lion underwater

Why understanding people and collecting and using social science evidence is critical to effective marine management

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News Pembrokeshire coast

The Crown Estate commissions vital research to understand the social impact of marine sectors on coastal communities

News Shadows of people against a brick wall

Migrants can be ‘transformative force’ for sustainable development

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News People climate protesting on the streets

A typology of the climate activist. Climate campaigners will increasingly adopt ‘insider activist’ roles

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Events


Events Patrick's Devine-Wright's webinar flier

How can we decarbonise society in ways that are place-sensitive and fair? ACCESS Webinar

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Events Pictures of Lorraine Whitmarsh and Birgitta Gatersleben

Behaviour change and the climate emergency: policy choices to drive social action ACCESS & AcSS. Webinar recording

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Events Light bulbs hanging from the ceiling

ACCESS Flex Fund Round 2 Webinar – Recording is now available

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Events Social science secondments in a policy context panel discussion

Resources now available from the ACCESS Assemblies

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Training


Training People walking across a road

Why do we need Environmental Social Sciences? Ready to view ACCESS Webinar

Training Lady sitting on a sofa

British Psychological Society work placement opportunties

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Training A lady wearing glasses

Help is here to understand how accessible and inclusive your learning is

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Training Name badges on a table

How do you run a successful hybrid event?

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Training Charles Ogunbode talking to Sarah Golding

How can our international research collaborations be more inclusive? An interview with Charles Ogunbode

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Training The Houses of Parliament in London

Parliament for Early Career Researchers: how to engage with the UK Parliament

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Funding & Jobs


Funding & Jobs

ACCESS Postdoctoral Research Impact Fellow

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Funding & Jobs Arm with a drip in

The National Institute for Health & Care Research has launched a major new pledge to climate change and sustainability in health and social care research.

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Funding & Jobs Light bulbs hanging from the ceiling

ACCESS Flex Fund Round 2 now open

Funding & Jobs Light bulbs hanging down from the ceiling

Looking for a partner to co-create an application to the ACCESS Flex Fund Round 2? 

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Funding & Jobs Meeting

Evaluating Flex Fund Round 1

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