This European Social Fund supported PhD project aimed to understand people’s perceptions of and the barriers towards engaging with information relating to electric vehicles in Cornwall.
This internationally acclaimed study used data from the UK’s census to show that people are more likely to have good health if they live closer to the sea.
The environmental Kuznets curve is a theoretical relationship between measures of environmental degradation and income per person. The theory suggests that as economic growth occurs, pollution and damage to the environment increase. Beyond a certain level of income the theory predicts that this relationship will reverse and improvements to the environment will occur. This study…
This ESF-funded PhD examined the complex factors that influence how people use their local environments to manage and promote their everyday wellbeing.
This ESF sponsored PhD project worked with local company Aquatic Water Services to investigate stakeholder perceptions of consuming shellfish.
This award-winning European Social Fund supported PhD investigated the links between energy efficiency, indoor air quality, and health.
This European Social Fund supported PhD project is aiming to understand how communities have worked to improve health and wellbeing in ways that last.
This ESF supported PhD project is working with the Met Office to explore a possible link between solar irradiance and increased prevalence of eczema.
This European Social Fund supported project is conducting an in vitro investigation into the effects of radon and ultraviolet radiation on human skin cells.
This Leverhulme Trust funded artist in residence position has allowed artist Jonty Lees to create several works of art that have had both profound and lasting effects on the Centre and its staff.