Socio-Economic Inequalities and Environmental Justice (UoM Academics Only)
This Sustainable Futures Workshop aims to bring together UoM scholars working on issues related to the theme of socio-economic inequalities.
Widening intersecting socio-economic inequalities regionally, nationally and globally, including issues around food and fuel poverty, housing, sanitation, transport (plus many others), are clearly interconnected with issues of environmental sustainability and the climate crisis. This workshop aims to bring together experts working across these intersecting crises to provide an opportunity to explore connections and forge interdisciplinary collaborations, with a view to contributing to future funding bids, including an ESRC Centre bid currently being drafted. The workshop aims to bring together scholars working on, but not limited to, the following topics areas under this broad theme:
- Diverse economies
- Health and social care
- Climate change adaptation
- Global South
- Crisis management
- Infrastructures and mobilities
- Water and sanitation
- Sustainable transitions
For more information please contact Helen Holmes (Sustainable Futures Lead for Inclusive and Prosperous Futures) at: Helen.Holmes@manchester.ac.uk.
Travel and Contact Information
Aliiance Manchester Business School
Booth Street West