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|Title:||The Royal Society of Edinburgh Research Network in the Arts and Humanities Connecting with a low-carbon Scotland: Disciplinary and interdisciplinary reports, recommendations and research questions|
|Citation:||Little G, Macdonald G & Stephan H (2018) The Royal Society of Edinburgh Research Network in the Arts and Humanities Connecting with a low-carbon Scotland: Disciplinary and interdisciplinary reports, recommendations and research questions. University of Stirling.|
|Publisher:||University of Stirling|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: The Royal Society of Edinburgh Research Network in the Arts and Humanities Connecting with a low-carbon Scotland was established in February 2016 with the objective of exploring what the humanities can contribute to the process of low-carbon transition in Scotland to help mitigate climate change. The Network has brought together over eighty scholars from throughout the UK and Europe, and has involved Creative Scotland and Creative Carbon Scotland in its work and activities.|
|Rights:||© Gavin MacLeod Little, Greame Macdonald & Hannes Stephan, February 2018.|
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