What is the future for the environment and natural resources in Wales?

My last blog explored the complex and uncertain economic and environmental times we are experiencing. To discuss this further, it is important to take stock and reflect on what is in store for the Welsh environment and natural resources. On 5th May, Welsh Government published the Future Trends Report 2017. This report looks to identify the…

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Environmental Change

In looking back over the last few months at Miller Research, I’ve attended several insightful events, which have explored environmental change in different contexts. The first was a seminar about approaches to sustainable behaviours, as part of the on-going Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Behaviour Change Seminar Series. This was an interesting mix of…

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MIT Research and Development Conference 2015

I recently followed in the footsteps of other members of the Miller Research team by attending the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Research and Development Conference. I attended the conference as part of the MIT’s Industrial Liaison Programme (ILP), aimed at building relationships between corporations from across the world and the world’s top university. As…

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A+

Miller Research is proud to announce that our new office has just received an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of A+. EPC is an energy efficiency rating is normally from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient) to provide information about a property’s energy use and typical energy cost, with clear recommendations about how to…

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“It is better to be vaguely right than precisely wrong” Keynes

  I had the pleasure of attending the Social Return on Investment (SROI) two day Practitioner training in London. Anecdotally there are often wider benefits happening in an evaluation project that are changing people’s lives but evaluation approaches often fail to really capture the true value. SROI is a framework to understand the value that…

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