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Business resilience and visual art: New directions for research in business- oriented practice for visual artists (2021)
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Virani, T. (2021). Business resilience and visual art: New directions for research in business- oriented practice for visual artists. Space Studios

Surprisingly, relatively few studies exist that ask what resilience looks like for freelancers and this is especially true for visual artists; who are the main focus of this study. This research asks what factors increase business resilience for visu... Read More about Business resilience and visual art: New directions for research in business- oriented practice for visual artists.

Measuring the value of improving data governance and access in Gates Foundation programme: A case study of the Supporting Soil Health Interventions in Ethiopia projects (2021)
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Whittard, D., Ritchie, F., & Nyengani, J. (2021). Measuring the value of improving data governance and access in Gates Foundation programme: A case study of the Supporting Soil Health Interventions in Ethiopia projects. Wallingford: Centre for Agriculture and Bioscience International

The Centre for Agriculture and Bioscience International (CABI) and the Open Data Institute (ODI) commissioned a team of economists to measure the value of improving data governance and access in the Supporting Soil Health Interventions in Ethiopia (S... Read More about Measuring the value of improving data governance and access in Gates Foundation programme: A case study of the Supporting Soil Health Interventions in Ethiopia projects.

From catastrophe to hybridity to recovery? Unpacking the implications of a sector in transition as a result of COVID-19: A focus on South West England’s creative and cultural sector (2021)
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Virani, T., & Blackwood, J. (2021). From catastrophe to hybridity to recovery? Unpacking the implications of a sector in transition as a result of COVID-19: A focus on South West England’s creative and cultural sector. Bristol and Bath Creative R+D

COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on the creative and cultural sector in South West England. This is the first comprehensive piece of work looking at the impact on the region but also asking questions about medium and long term transition and res... Read More about From catastrophe to hybridity to recovery? Unpacking the implications of a sector in transition as a result of COVID-19: A focus on South West England’s creative and cultural sector.

Combo Travel - Active and motorised modes working better together (2021)
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Lyons, G., Cain, S., & Jakeman, K. (2021). Combo Travel - Active and motorised modes working better together. Innovate UK

This paper considers the concept of Combo Travel: human-powered mobility in combination with a motorised mode as an enabler of healthier lifestyles and lower carbon journeys. Most journeys by motorised modes ( bus, train, tube, car, van etc.) also... Read More about Combo Travel - Active and motorised modes working better together.

Helping ensure survival: Digitally enhanced advanced services in community businesses (2021)
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Bradley, P., Gardner, M., Parry, G., & Webber, D. (in press). Helping ensure survival: Digitally enhanced advanced services in community businesses. Repository: Power to Change and DEAS

This study arose out of a three-year longitudinal study exploring the values held by community business leaders and how these values impact on the financial and social sustainability of their businesses. The final wave of interviews with leaders took... Read More about Helping ensure survival: Digitally enhanced advanced services in community businesses.

Urban redevelopment of contaminated sites: A review of scientific evidence and practical knowledge on environmental and health issues (2021)
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Regional Office for Europe, W. Urban redevelopment of contaminated sites: A review of scientific evidence and practical knowledge on environmental and health issues. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe

Across the WHO European Region, the urban population is growing steadily and demand for land is rapidly increasing. Revitalizing and/or remediating industrial sites and contaminated land present an opportunity for sustainable urban development and re... Read More about Urban redevelopment of contaminated sites: A review of scientific evidence and practical knowledge on environmental and health issues.

Reaching underserved audiences: How science communicators are making new connections using innovative techniques (2021)
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Ridgway, A., Milani, E., Weitkamp, E., & Wilkinson, C. (2021). Reaching underserved audiences: How science communicators are making new connections using innovative techniques. European Commission

When science is communicated, the audiences are most typically white, affluent, with relatively high levels of formal education and a pre-existing interest in science. This research involved interviews with science communicators across Europe who hav... Read More about Reaching underserved audiences: How science communicators are making new connections using innovative techniques.

Process and economic evaluation of the ODI R&D programme: Final report (2021)
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Ritchie, F., Tava, F., Whittard, D., Green, E., Beata Kreft, M., & Alves, K. (2021). Process and economic evaluation of the ODI R&D programme: Final report. London: Open Data Institute

The Open Data Institute was funded by Innovate UK to undertake a major programme of Research and Development on "Data Innovation for the UK", which was re-scoped and funded on a yearly basis for a total of 4 years (called, for short, "The R&D program... Read More about Process and economic evaluation of the ODI R&D programme: Final report.

Effects of Bristol Ageing Better Projects for older people (2021)
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Jones, M., Beardmore, A., & White, J. (2021). Effects of Bristol Ageing Better Projects for older people. Bristol, UK: National Lottery Community Fund

Bristol Ageing Better is a city-wide programme running between 2015-2022 aimed at reducing social isolation and loneliness amongst older people. The programme has run a wide range of initiatives to promote community involvement, participation in soci... Read More about Effects of Bristol Ageing Better Projects for older people.

Care homes in the community: Evaluation report of a Bristol Ageing Better project led by Alive (2021)
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Turrill, S., Blakemore, H., Sweet, A., Reed, J., Bernstein, S., Beardmore, A., & Jones, M. (2021). Care homes in the community: Evaluation report of a Bristol Ageing Better project led by Alive. Bristol, UK: National Lottery Community Fund

This report presents an evaluation of the Alive project ‘Communities of Interest’ funded by Bristol Ageing Better. It is a collaborative piece of work, written by Alive staff Sara Turrill (Project Manager, Alive), Harriet Blackmore (Project Assistant... Read More about Care homes in the community: Evaluation report of a Bristol Ageing Better project led by Alive.

A rapid assessment of the opportunities presented by the BEIS energy white paper and the UK Government's Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution (2021)
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Longhurst, J., Bullard, J., Michalec, O., Gething, B., Tudgey, D., & Windemer, R. (2021). A rapid assessment of the opportunities presented by the BEIS energy white paper and the UK Government's Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution. Bristol: Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change

A rapid assessment of the opportunities for Bristol presented by the Energy White Paper and 10 Point Plan. Report prepared by a sub committee of the Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change.

Towards an age friendly Bristol? Understanding the context and development of the Bristol Ageing Better programme (2021)
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MacKintosh, S., Jones, M., Beardmore, A., White, J., & BAB Community Researchers, . (2021). Towards an age friendly Bristol? Understanding the context and development of the Bristol Ageing Better programme. Bristol, UK: National Lottery Community Fund

The Bristol Ageing Better (BAB) programme began in 2015 during a time of significant demographic, social, economic, political and policy change. This report looks, not at the projects commissioned by BAB, but at the underlying context. Using research... Read More about Towards an age friendly Bristol? Understanding the context and development of the Bristol Ageing Better programme.

BAB outcomes report - For screen (2021)
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Jones, M., Beardmore, A., & White, J. (2021). BAB outcomes report - For screen. National Lottery Community Fund

Cary Grant Comes Home festival events feedback (2021)
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Crofts, C. (2021). Cary Grant Comes Home festival events feedback. Bristol: AHRC

Event evaluation report and participant feedback on Looking for Archie Walking Tour, New York Centenary online events, Mark Glancy online talk, and Cary Comes Home for the Weekend online festival.

Climate action toolkit for the higher education sector (2021)
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Longhurst, J., Gough, G., Donnelly, C., Harris, V., Roberts, P., & Norris, K. (2021). Climate action toolkit for the higher education sector. Online: Climate Commission for Higher and Further Education

The HE Climate Action Toolkit, produced by the Climate Commission for UK Higher and Further Education, identifies critical elements to climate action across 5 themes: leadership, teaching, research, community engagement and campus management. These e... Read More about Climate action toolkit for the higher education sector.