Institute for Sustainable Resources

Institute for Sustainable Resources
(2012; London; 4 staff; ucl.ac.uk)

The Institute for Sustainable Resources is a centre of research and teaching that supports cross-disciplinary approaches to the sustainable use of natural resources at the School of Environment Energy & Resources. It “offers a range of programmes for students looking to develop their expertise in the area of sustainable use of natural resources.”

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Leadership: Paul Ekins (Director) and Michael Grubb (Deputy Director)

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