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KENT magazine - February 2011
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Feature: Chaucer Fields
Staff, students and local residents have been consulted on the plans before the University submits a planning application to Canterbury City Council, which is due in March. The proposed development is planned for an area of the University's campus that is mainly grassland surrounded by woodland, situated alongside the existing Canterbury Innovation Centre...
Research: Beliefs, culture and the environment
In order to measure and understand the potential impact of conservation ethics in
religion and local culture, Stuart Harrop, Professor of Wildlife Management Law and
Director of DICE, has embarked on several major projects in three of the world’s conservation ‘hotspots’...
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