Build links with the regional green economy
Wild Anglia & Green Economy Partnership ‘Pop-Up’ Innovation Hub @ UEA
Key staff from Wild Anglia and the New Anglia Green Economy Partnership will be working at UEA this autumn in a pilot initiative to launch a knowledge and innovation hub on campus for the region’s green economy.
Kick-off Workshop: Ideas for Breakfast – 8:00 - 9:45 am Friday 23rd September
An informal workshop to identify and develop potential project ideas to explore in partnership with Wild Anglia and the Green Economy Partnership. Introduction will explain the aims and objectives of the hub and participating organisations
Room 1.02 in Julian Study Centre. Breakfast provided!
To register please email Sarah Clarke at env.admin4.uea.ac.uk
The aim of the Pop-Up Hub is to build and strengthen knowledge and expertise exchange and to identify opportunities to build collaborative research ventures and innovative solutions between UEA, practitioners and policy makers for the region’s green economy. We welcome researchers and academics from all schools and faculties at UEA and across the Norwich Research Park.
There will be a series of informal sessions to discuss opportunities with the visiting staff below on campus with innovation workshops and drop-in sessions being organised and the opportunity for one-to-one or broader meetings.
Drop-in sessions: ENV social space – 11am Mondays (from Monday 18th Sept)
- Richard Powell OBE, Chair of the Wild Anglia Local Nature Partnership
- Keith Moore, Sustainable Places Account Manager, Environment Agency & Green Economy Partnership
- Stuart Rickards, Project Manager, Environment Agency & Wild Anglia board
- Freya Herman, Funding and Relationships Officer, Wild Anglia
- Alice Hope-Denny, Project Assistant, Wild Anglia
If you have potentially relevant research, are interested in building new research and knowledge exchange links or have activities ongoing that might be of interest to our visitors please contact Martin.Johnson@uea.ac.uk to register your interest, or come along to one of the workshops or drop-in sessions in the ENV social space.
Find out more about Wild Anglia at www.wildanglia.org