Dr Melaneia Warwick is a Research Associate at the Storytelling Academy. She holds a PhD in Participatory Arts from the University of Brighton. Melaneia has conducted a range of international research including on transport, health, sport and waste in East Africa, learning disability and wellbeing in the UK and health and wellbeing in Cyprus. She has worked in a rangeRead more
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The Storytelling Research Team in the School of Design and Creative Arts at Loughborough University consists of four academics and an administrator. Working on a range of inter-disciplinary projects with a variety of methodologies, the team seeks to understand how storytelling, and digital storytelling in particular, can be used as a means of exploring personal, policy, health and social justice, and environmental issues.Read more
CASCADE – Increasing Civil Society’s capacity to deal with changing extreme weather risk: negotiating dichotomies in theory and practice
2016-19 Project value: £29,811 Partners: University of the West of England; Warwick University; Sheffield University; University of South Wales; Rutgers, New Jersey; James Cook University, Australia; Dundee University CASCADE is an ESRC-funded interdisciplinary seminar series that explores the challenges facing civil society as a result of increased extreme weather events and ways of dealing with the increased risk and buildingRead more
ENDOWS – Engaging diverse stakeholders and publics with outputs from the UK Drought and Water Scarcity programme.
2018 – 2019 Funder: Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Value: £6926 Partners: University of West England Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) University of Oxford Cranfield University University of Reading University of Bristol British Geological Survey (BGS) Sheffield University Harper Adams University University of Exeter Lancaster University University of Warwick The ENDOWS project will capitalise on the outcomes from four existing projects within NERC’s UK Drought and Water Scarcity programme (Historic Droughts, DRY, MaRIUS and IMPETUS) to maximise impact. ENDOWS will exploit the synergiesRead more
2014 – 2019 Funders:Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Value: £493,158 Partners: University of West of EnglandUniversity of Warwick University of Exeter CEH, Wallingford CEH, Penicuik, Scotland Harper Adams University University of Dundee University of Sheffield Climate Outreach and Information Network Website: http://dryproject.co.uk/ Droughts and water shortage canRead more