Sustainability Research Institute

Sustainability Research Institute: Briefing notes

The briefing notes are peer-reviewed by at least one academic member of staff in Leeds or elsewhere with relevant expertise in the area of the brief. In addition to scrutinising the conventional academic standard of work, the review process for the briefs will seek to ensure that the briefs succeed in clearly communicating their key messages to the research users and stakeholders.

No 12: Climate Compatible Development at Local Levels: Assessing the integration of climate and development strategies in Muheza District, Tanzania Giovanni Pilato, Susannah M. Sallu and Marta Gaworek-Michalczenia, March 2018.

No 11: Integrating social protection and market-based delivery to accelerate low carbon energy access: Lessons from Malawi Benjamin T. Wood, March 2017.

No 10: The Governance of Hydrocarbons in Uganda: creating opportunities for multi-stakeholder engagement James Van Alstine, Laura Smith and Jacob Manyindo, March 2017.

No. 9: Use of Climate Projections in Local Adaptation Planning: Lessons from England & Germany Susanne Lorenz, Suraje Dessai, Piers M. Forster and Jouni Paavola, August 2016.

No.8: Communicating uncertainty in seasonal and interannual climate forecasts in Europe: organisational needs and preferences Andrea L. Taylor, Suraje Dessai and W√§ndi Bruine de Bruin, November 2015.

No.7: Testing the effectiveness of climate projections visualisations with adaptation practitioners Susanne Lorenz, Suraje Dessai, Piers M. Forster and Jouni Paavola, November 2015.

No.6: Progressing Community-Based Natural Resource Management in Zimbabwe Elizabeth P. Harrison, Vupenyu Dzingirai, Edson Gandiwa, Tendai Nzuma, Bensen Masviele and Honestly Ndlovu, April 2015.

No.5: Using climate information to achieve long-term development objectives in Malawi Katharine Vincent, Tracy Cull, Diana Chanika, Andy Dougill, Lindsay Stringer, Jami Dixon and David Mkwambisi, March 2015.

No. 4: Are agri-environment schemes 'greening' the environmental attitudes of participating farmers? Dean Clement Mason and George Holmes, February 2015.

No. 3: The future of palm oil in West and Central Africa: Workshop report Jen Dyer, Anne Tallontire and Guy Ziv, December 2014.

No. 2: Sustainable Liquid Biofuels from Biomass Biorefining (SUNLIBB) Anne Readshaw, Lindsay C. Stringer and Stavros Afionis, October 2014.

No. 1: Can the Clean Development Mechanism help finance energy access in the Least Developed Countries? The case of Tanzania Ben Wood, Susannah M. Sallu and Jouni Paavola, April 2014.