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May 2014: Planning this year

Who took part in this discussion?

Dr Gemma Cranston
  • Programme Manager, Natural Capital Leaders Programme,
  • Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)
Dr Sumi David
  • Senior Research Analyst,
  • Research Strategy Office, University of Cambridge
Professor Paul Dupree
  • Professor of Biochemistry,
  • Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge
Professor Stephen Emmott
  • Head of Computational Science,
  • Microsoft Research
Dr Moira Faul
  • Research Associate: Policy Challenges
  • Cambridge Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP), University of Cambridge
Professor Howard Griffiths
  • Professor of Plant Ecology,
  • Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge
Professor Ian Hodge
  • Professor of Rural Economy,
  • Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge
Professor Chris Howe
  • Professor of Plant and Microbial Biochemistry,
  • Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge
Dr Elena Kazamia
  • Post Doctoral Research Associate in the Plant Metabolism Group,
  • Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge
Dr Dennis Konadu
  • Research Associate, Low Carbon and Materials Processing Group,
  • Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge
Grant Kopec
  • PhD Student and Project Manager of the Foreseer Project,
  • Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge
Professor Nigel Leader-Williams
  • Director of Conservation Leadership,
  • Department of Geography, University of Cambridge
Dr David Nally
  • Senior Lecturer in Human Geography,
  • Department of Geography, University of Cambridge
Dr Michael Pollitt
  • Reader in Business Economics,
  • Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
Michael Ramage
  • Senior University Lecturer,
  • Department of Architecture, University of Cambridge
Therese Rudebeck
  • PhD student,
  • Department of Geography, University of Cambridge
Dr Beatrix Schlarb-Ridley
  • Director of Innovation and Impact,
  • British Antarctic Survey