Professor Daniel Parsons explains
In this podcast Professor Daniel Parsons joins us to discuss the bioeconomy and flooding in the NE of England. The conversation covers food security, the biowaste nexus, and sustainability. Professor Parsons is the leader of the EEI (the Energy and Environment Institute), a newly formed multidisciplinary team of over 80 researchers who conduct impactful research on the global challenges of achieving a low-carbon energy supply, environmental change, and anthropogenic impact.
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