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Centre for Sustainable Development

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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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Valencia Workshop Impact Assessment challenges April 2017

Apr 12, 2017

3 current ESD MPhil students and Dr Dai Morgan, Deputy ESD Director are participating in a workshop in Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain

Field study tour to Mid Wales 2017

Apr 12, 2017

The ESD MPhil students had a successful fieldtrip to Mid Wales at the end of March. The purpose of the Field Trip was to visit a number of organisations dealing largely in Development, Energy, or Sustainable Technologies mostly in the context of mid Wales.

Agri-Innovation 2017

Apr 12, 2017

Agri-Innovation is a networking session with young entrepreneurs, researchers and business people from Egypt and Cambridge looking at new opportunities and innovation in Agricultural waste.

Arthur Shercliff Travel Scholarship 2017 won by Sorcha and Emma for dissertation fieldwork in Nepal

Apr 12, 2017

Two ESD MPhil students have been awarded the Arthur Shercliff Travel Scholarship 2017

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