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2015 Dr Malcolm Morgan

Malcolm Morgan (MEng PhD AFHEA) is a Research Associate at the Centre for Sustainable Development within the EPSRC funded Blue Green Cities project (www.bluegreencities.ac.uk).

Malcolm began working on Blue Green Cities in February 2015.  His research focuses on evaluating the spatial and temporal distribution of the multiple benefits of Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS).  With particular focus on the non-flood benefits such as decarbonisation and noise attenuation.  The research is based on a Newcastle case study and is intended to produce a ArcGIS plugin.

Malcolm completed his MEng in Civil Engineering with Sustainability from the University of Warwick in 2011 before coming to Cambridge to do a PhD in Engineering.  Malcolm completed his PhD in 2015.

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Congratulations Alain - Green Officer at Wolfson College

Jun 23, 2017

TWO awards given to Wolfson College in this year's Cambridge University Green Impact Challenge.

Congratulations Dick on promotion to Professor

Jun 15, 2017

We are delighted to announce that Dr Dick Fenner has been promoted to Professor to take effect from 1st October 2017.

ESD MPhil trip to Wicken Fen

Jun 15, 2017

Jeremy Purseglove who serves as chair for the National Trust’s Wicken Fen Local Committee took the students round the core wetland, the newly created Vision area and the proposed Vision land threatened by the Waterbeach New Town, explaining all the dilemmas and problems.

Empowering through Light: Women and Solar Home Systems in Rural Bihar, India

Jun 05, 2017

ESD MPhil student 2015-16, Shivi Chandna, has research published in Cambridge University Science and Policy Exchange

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