PhD: Climate change and the meat debate - reframing livestock farming as part of the solution, University of Gloucestershire, UK
7 Feb 2020
The University of Gloucestershire’s Countryside and Community Research Institute is offering a funded PhD studentship on a project that aims to examine how livestock producers are responding to climate change narratives about meat/emissions, including solutions that the livestock industry have already adopted. The student will be located within DEFRA’s Agri-Food and Farming Evidence team and the research will inform DEFRA’s research and policy programme linked to climate change.
Candidates should have a background in social sciences, such as rural studies, human geography, sociology, anthropology and environmental management.