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End-of-life decision making for onshore wind and solar farms in Great Britain. Research findings and recommendations
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Windemer, R. (2021). End-of-life decision making for onshore wind and solar farms in Great Britain. Research findings and recommendations

In the context of a global transition to decarbonise the energy system and meet NetZero targets, expanding energy output from renewables is increasingly important. However, space for renewable energy infrastructure is limited and existing wind farms... Read More about End-of-life decision making for onshore wind and solar farms in Great Britain. Research findings and recommendations.

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System OD Collaborative: Review of evidence & literature
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Bolden, R., Sheffield, R., Kars-Unluoglu, S., Roberts, M., & Jarvis, C. (2021). Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System OD Collaborative: Review of evidence & literature. NHS East Midlands Leadership Academy

This document presents outcomes of a review of theory, research, policy and practice (nationally and internationally) completed as part of scoping work for the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System (ICS) Organisation Development (OD)... Read More about Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System OD Collaborative: Review of evidence & literature.

Bristol on-bus survey 2017
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Calvert, T., & Parkhurst, G. Bristol on-bus survey 2017. Innovate UK: UKRI

This report contains findings from a bus survey undertaken in 2017 of 1085 passengers on six routes in Bristol UK. The survey sought to understand: passenger perceptions of their bus experience, their travel time use, and perceptions surrounding the... Read More about Bristol on-bus survey 2017.

The environmental and socio-economic impacts of changing agri-environment payments in Queens Sedgemoor, Somerset Levels
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Steer, M., & Maxfield, P. (2015). The environmental and socio-economic impacts of changing agri-environment payments in Queens Sedgemoor, Somerset Levels. Somerset Wildlife Trust

The moor appears to be nitrate limited, but there is evidence that may suggest there is significant nitrate input in parts of the moor. It would be instructive to understand the flux of nitrates as water move through the ditch system in more detail.... Read More about The environmental and socio-economic impacts of changing agri-environment payments in Queens Sedgemoor, Somerset Levels.

Civil Partnership Initial Summary Report
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Jones, B., Hayfield, N., Carter, J., & Jowet, A. Civil Partnership Initial Summary Report. UWE Bristol

Jones, B., Hayfield, N., Carter, J. and Jowett, A. (2021) Study report: An interview study exploring understandings and perceptions of different-sex civil partnerships (unpublished).

A qualitative survey of pansexual and panromantic people's understandings and lived experiences of pan identities
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Křížová, K., & Hayfield, N. (2019). A qualitative survey of pansexual and panromantic people's understandings and lived experiences of pan identities. Bristol: BPS

In recent years, it has been reported that more and more people are identifying as pansexual and/or panromantic. Pansexuality has also become an increasingly popular topic in popular media. However, at present, there are no UK-specific psychological... Read More about A qualitative survey of pansexual and panromantic people's understandings and lived experiences of pan identities.

Through a different Lens: Exploring Reggio Emilia in a Welsh context
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Chicken, S., & Maynard, T. (2007). Through a different Lens: Exploring Reggio Emilia in a Welsh context. Swansea University: Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot LEAs

Report prepared for Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot LEAs on the findings of a study exploring pedagogical practices in Welsh EY settings

Rapid evidence assessment: Liveable and low traffic neighbourhoods
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Michalec, A., Whitmarsh, L., de Vito, L., & Clayton, W. (2021). Rapid evidence assessment: Liveable and low traffic neighbourhoods. Bristol, UKI: Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change

The Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change (BACCC) has produced this rapid assessment of policy proposals linked to the theme of 'Low Traffic Neighbourhoods' (LTC) and 'Liveable Neighbourhoods' (LN). LNs became a part of mainstream policy disc... Read More about Rapid evidence assessment: Liveable and low traffic neighbourhoods.

Reducing injuries in the early years: Home safety training
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Deave, T., Goodenough, T., & Hayes, M. Reducing injuries in the early years: Home safety training. Bristol City Council

Injury Prevention Briefing. Preventing unintentional injuries to the under fives: a guide for practitioners (IPB) was developed as part of a five year programme of research, Keeping Children Safe at Home, funded by the National Institute for Health... Read More about Reducing injuries in the early years: Home safety training.

What is the lived experience of mature students at UWE Bristol?
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Hamilton, F., Cotgrave, E., & Higson-Sweeney, N. What is the lived experience of mature students at UWE Bristol?. University of the West of England

This report describes research carried out by the Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity (EDI) team at UWE Bristol to understand the lived experience of mature students, aged 21 or over on entry to their Undergraduate degree. The research sought to unde... Read More about What is the lived experience of mature students at UWE Bristol?.

Report to UKRI on open access publishing spend from block grant awarded to UWE Bristol 2019/20
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Belger, J. Report to UKRI on open access publishing spend from block grant awarded to UWE Bristol 2019/20. UKRI

Each year the higher education institutions in receipt of the block grant for open access publishing are required by UKRI to complete an annual report on expenditure. This is the return from the University of the West of England for the award year 01... Read More about Report to UKRI on open access publishing spend from block grant awarded to UWE Bristol 2019/20.