The world faces complex environmental problems that endanger our well being, security and future. Environmental complexities resist straightforward solutions, so the UCL Environment Research Domain will draw on the breadth of our expertise to facilitate cross-disciplinary approaches.
The UCL Environment Research Domain builds on the previous work of the UCL Environment Institute and provides a platform for researchers to collaborate on cross-disciplinary activities which challenge and enrich our understanding of the world around us.
The UCL Environment Research Domain will bring together the breadth and depth of environmental expertise at UCL, and beyond, aiming to: help to form and support academic communities in aspects of environmental research develop new environmental collaborations and partnerships, within and beyond UCL provide development opportunities for early career environmental researchers. The domain will complement and draw upon existing cross-disciplinary initiatives, whether institution-wide (such as the UCL Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities) more focused activities such those of UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering, the UCL Energy Institute, UCL Geography and the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources, and partnerships across the wider academic community like the London NERC Doctoral Training Partnership.
Join the Environment Domain
If you are a member of UCL research staff and would like to join the Environment Domain community, simply select the IRIS Environment Theme when you update your IRIS profile.
The co-chairs of the Environment Domain are Professor Nick Tyler (Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering) and Professor Dan Osborn (Earth Sciences).
The co-chairs are supported by an Internal Advisory Network consisting of researchers and professionals from across UCL. This group helps steer domain activities and assist in promoting the domain across their departments.
Domain activities and research support is administored by Dr Becca Burns, the Strategic Research Facilitator for the Environment Domain (OVPR).
To get involved please contact Environment@ucl.ac.uk