Developing an interdisciplinary approach to address environmental and social issues resulting from changes in land use

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Award: RES-224-25-0042
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PI: Edward Tipping, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Lancaster
Dates: 31/08/2004 - 30/08/2005
 
How can social and natural scientists work together in order to address environmental and social issues resulting from changes in land use in the English Lake District? Explore the interviews that provide personal accounts of processes of institutional and environmental change.

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Stakeholders' perception of personal, institutional and environmental change
Semi-structured interviews that offer personal accounts of processes of institutional and environmental change in the Lake District and insights into the personal/professional circumstances, and aesthetic and ideological sensibilities of individuals that had been identified as potential research partners. The interviews explore the relationship between perceptions of personal, organisational and environmental change in the current transition towards a multifunctional countryside. More specifically, the interviews examine how expectations of change are embedded within perceptions of the in/ability of organisations / regulatory frameworks / research tools to lead / adapt to environmental and socio-economic transformations.

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Data type: Qualitative
Data format: MS Word
Sample size: 5 interviews
Country: United Kingdom
Status: Data released