About Us

Unsustainable practices are evident in just about every sphere of our lives, and a related lack of care and consideration for the natural world has led us into the midst of the climate crisis. Climate change presents enormous threats to the sustainability of communities all over the world. Hence local and national governments in countless countries across the globe are declaring a climate emergency. Making this declaration serves to precipitate the huge transformations that are going to be required across all levels of society including government, business, and civil society.  

The Sustainable and Resilient Communities (SRC) research cluster provides a home for researchers within Huddersfield Business School, as well as from other Schools within the University and beyond. Our overall aim is to improve the sustainability and resilience of local communities within the Kirklees region, nationally across the UK, and in many other places around the world.  

Find out more about SRC

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Introduction

SRC in the University and beyond

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Members

Members, Associate Members and Visting Research Fellows.

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Outputs and Impact

Videos, Case Studies and Publications

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Forests and Wetlands

Find out more about our Forests and Wetlands research project.

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Sustainable and Resilient Regional Food Systems

Find out more about our Sustainable and Resilient Regional Food Systems research.

Events

View our upcoming and archived events.

Projects

The SRC is engaged in a number of areas of research linked to the themes of sustainable and resilient communities. 

Research and PhD opportunities

SRC fosters a supportive and inclusive research environment for university staff, students and stakeholders.

External Relationships

Partners, Funders and Collaborators.

Contact SRC

If you would like to know more about our areas of expertise or wish to discuss research opportunities with SRC, please get in touch.