Building sustainable futures in the light of Climate Change, enabling social change, resilient communities and places in the context of today’s ageing societies
Our Social Justice research informs policy and practice to address global challenges and the Sustainable Development Goals. It asks questions such as how will sustainable futures in the context of Climate Change and Net Zero look like? It provides answers for the governance of energy transitions, for addressing social change and inequalities, for enhancing educational practice and pedagogy. It does this by involving policy makers and people and communities locally and globally. It integrates research across our interdisciplinary themes, for example by applying science and technology in the justice system to change practice in forensic science.