A Scottish Insight funded programme project A Bridge over Troubled Waters took place over 2016- 2018 and involved a multi-discipline team of established researchers, postgraduate students and community partners exploring and developing a new integrated assessment tool for enhanced social, energy and eco-systems.
SCIS colleagues Mike Danson and Kathryn A Burnett joined with colleagues from the University of Strathclyde, University of Sao Paulo and community stakeholders in Glasgow, Eigg and Kinlochleven in this Scottish Insight funded project.
“In the context of Scottish Government ambitions relating to community renewable energy schemes and related policies of Community Empowerment and Land Reform, this KE activity sought to produce and apply a cross-disciplinary methodology and tool kit for the integrated social, environmental and renewable energy assessment of rural and urban localities. Objectives: By engaging a transdisciplinary team and four community organisations in two workshops, structured ‘walkshops’ and a training activity.” Visuals A Bridge Over Troubled Water
A Bridge over Troubled Waters: a new integrated assessment tool for enhanced social, energy and eco-systems: final report is now available for download