Business Impact School November 2017 - Early Career researchers

All the presentations from the participants may be viewed via the links below together with a number of individual blogs:

Ajaz Ahmed  - Durham University Business School
Choice Modelling of the Health and Environmental Friendly Agricultural Production in Pakistan  

Atta Ajayebi - University of Exeter / Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI)
 Sustainability Assessment of Renewable energy

Theodoros Arvanitopoulos - University College London, Institute for Sustainable Resources
Ecometric modelling of UK industrial growth and energy demand

Natasha Auch - Newcastle University 
Self-regulation in sustainable food purchases: The role of motivation, self-control and depletion

Ben Balmford - Land, Environment, Economics and Policy Institute 
Designing PES schemes in the South West

Elena Benedetti - School of Natural and Environmental Sciences -
Newcastle University Implications of carbon policies on the quality of UK diet

Dimitrios Gaitanis - University of Reading
Ecology and Agri-Environmental Research 

Athina Georgiou Shippi - University of Edinburgh 
Teenagers’ Environmental Attitudes, Behaviours and Knowledge and their Implications for Wellbeing

Francesca Moore - University of Hull 
Resilient farming in a changing world

Jasper Newman - Plymouth University 
Retaining Peatland Carbon

Alice Noble - University of Leeds 
Prescribed burning impacts on peatland plant-soil feedbacks

Roisin O'Riordan - Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business, Lancaster University
Soil Smart Cities

Yuan Pan - Cambridge University
Natural Capital 

Cheryl Paterson - Exeter medical school/ European centre for environment and human health
Examining the impact of cold homes, inactivity and the individuals’ microenvironment on respiratory health among adults in social housing in Cornwall

Benjamin Taylor - University of St Andrews 
The influence of saltmarsh restoration on carbon storage 

Tom Tyldesley - Edinburgh University School of GeoSciences 
Land Ownership and Natural Capital Values in Scotland

Stephen Watson - Bournemouth University 
Mechanisms and consequences of tipping points in lowland agricultural landscapes (TPAL)

Hsiaopu Yeh - Sheffield Hallam University 
Physical, Psychological and Emotional Effects of Nature-Based Affordances for Green Physical Activity

Sara Zonneveld - University of Exeter
Natural capital approaches in Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks


  • All BIS3 participants attended the Natural Capital Coalition Day of Collaboration in Edinburgh on Wednesday 29 November, 
  • A number of the Valuing Nature Business School delegates were awared scholarships to attend the World Forum on Natural Capital 27 - 28 November.