Researchers at the University of Gloucestershire have secured funding from the UK’s Newton Fund to work with global partners on understanding water and food security issues.
Dr Kenny Lynch and Julie Ingram will lead a workshop in September with colleagues from Stellenbosch University and the American University Cairo to develop understanding of how new methods in ecosystems services can help secure our water and food security. The workshop will take place at the Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study, South Africa.
The workshop aims to equip early career researchers from South Africa, Egypt and the UK with the analytical tools for evaluating ecosystems services.
You can read more about the workshops here.