Society, Space and Environment Research and Enterprise Group

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The Society, Space & Environment (SEE) Research and Enterprise Group brings together academics and PhD students from human geography and associated fields and disciplines working in areas of socio-cultural, political and environmental geographies, particularly as they relate to twenty first century concerns. The group shares a distinctly geographical approach that highlights the role of space, place and materiality in producing inequalities and in configuring social and environmental change. A core aim is to develop new and meaningful ways of thinking and working collaboratively to effect more just futures.

Members of SSE are also active participants of the Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics, the Centre for Aquatic Environments, the Centre for Memory, Narrative and Histories, and other associated research and enterprise groups across the University.

We work primarily in the following interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary research themes:

  • Political ecology and sustainable futures
  • Power, space and place
  • The politics of everyday life
  • Materiality, affect and embodiment

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environmental policy Social Sciences
energy Social Sciences
justice Social Sciences
Sports Social Sciences
Indonesia Social Sciences
migration Social Sciences
natural disaster Social Sciences
vulnerability Social Sciences

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Projects 2018 2019

Research Output 2017 2018

A review of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) health and healthcare inequalities. European Journal of Public Health.

Zeeman, L., Sherriff, N., Browne, K., McGlynn, N., Mirandola, M., Gios, L., Davis, R., Sanchez-Lambert, J., Aujean, S., Pinto, N., Farinella, F. & Donisi, V., 31 Oct 2018, p. 1-7 7 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Open Access
Healthcare Disparities
Public Health
Sexual Minorities

Assessing nature's contributions to people

Diaz, S., Pascual, U., Stenseke, M., Martín-López, B., Watson, R. T., Molnár, Z., Hill, R., Chai, K. M. A., Baste, I. A., Brauman, K. A., Polasky, S., Church, A., Lonsdale, M., Larigauderie, A., Leadley, P. W., van Oudenhoven, A. P. E., van der Plaat, F., Schröter, M., Lavorel, S., Aumeeruddy-Thomas, Y. & 10 othersBukvareva, E., Davies, K., Demissew, S., Erpul, G., Failler, P., Guerra, C. A., Hewid, C. L., Keune, H., Lindley, S. & Shirayama, Y., 19 Jan 2018, 359, 6373, p. 270-272 3 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Open Access

Book review: Energy poverty and vulnerability: A global perspective

Jenkins, K., 4 Feb 2018, Elsevier UK

Research output: Other contributionResearchpeer-review

Open Access

Activities 2018 2018

  • 1 Invited talk

Taking the bite out of wetlands - managing mosquitos and the socio-ecological value of wetlands for wellbeing; the WetlandLIFE project

Mary Gearey (Presenter)
19 Dec 2018

Activity: External talk or presentationInvited talk