We publish So What? magazine to highlight the latest trends and developments in sustainability at Anglia Ruskin University. We also produce Global Sustainability Institute (GSI) Briefing Notes and Working Papers which give an overview of our research.
The latest edition (Issue 13) of our magazine considers physical landscapes, both natural and man-made. We consider our connections to the landscape around us, how it can shape identities, and what responsibilities we have to preserving historic and ecological systems, as we work towards a more sustainable world.
Current So What? editors: Felicity Clarke and Victoria Tait
Issue 13: Landscapes (2020/21)
Celebrate ten years of the GSI by exploring previous issues below.
Issue 12: 10th Anniversary (2020/21)
Issue 10: Energy (Autumn 2018)
Issue 8: The Future (Winter 2016)
Issue 7: Gender (Spring-Summer 2016)
Issue 6: Politics (Summer 2015)
Issue 5: Students (Summer 2014)
Issue 2: Art & Culture (Winter 2012)
Issue 1: The Green issue (Summer 2012)
Briefing notes give you an overview of GSI research findings or an existing policy or issue. They explain our position on an issue or provide a concise summary of full-length GSI publications. Current Briefing Notes editors: Rosie Robison (maternity leave), Alison Greig.
Working papers give you an opportunity to read about the GSI’s emerging research findings, but in a little more depth than our concise Briefing Note summaries. They can be an original piece of research based on actual project data, literature reviews, perspectives, or methodological papers. Current Working Paper editor: Zareen Bharucha.