In this video Professor Mike Wilson (Loughborough University) reflects on a talk given at the MeCCSA Conference 2016. The title of his presentation was ‘Bridging science and community knowledges: exploring digital storytelling as ‘translational tool’ for stakeholder engagement in droughtRead more
Professor Mike Wilson (Loughbrough University) describes ‘La Rasgioni’ as a traditional form of performative orality that aims to solve arguments, conflicts and disputes within the community by drawing upon experiential knowledge, reconciling opposing views and conflicting interests in a wayRead more
How can we discuss future drought risk in periods with water excess? ‘Scenario-ing’ – as a possible way in- has the potential to release the mind to explore possible futures – free from the constraints of current water realities,Read more
On Tuesday 17th November, Antonia Liguori and Lyndsey Bakewell (Loughborough University) met Jack Perks (www.jackperksphotography.com) in Nottingham to talk about his professional interest in wildlife and underwater photography. Watch the video on our YouTube Channel.