A week-long celebration of the rich research landscape that impacts our world with world-leading academics and experts. Topics such as: How is the Arts and Humanities responding to environmental and ecological challenges? What role might they play in productive interdisciplinary collaborations? Returning for the third year, the annual festival showcases the outstanding research carried out by staff at the University in collaboration with colleagues and partners locally, nationally and internationally. Andy Hughes and Dr Mandy Bloomfield will present infomation about the project PlasticScoop.
The film PlasticScoop will be showing at the Cornwall Film Festival 17 November and at Porthmeor studios, St Ives 29 November.
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Andy Hughes presented a Keynote talk at Havas, London in collaboration with the IPA’s EffWeek (15th to 18th October 2019), the annual global initiative championing effective marketing focusing on the role of sustainability in marketing services, and its contribution to campaign effectiveness.
Plymouth University releases PR film to promote PlasticScoop film.
Andy recives a Plymouth University Sustainable Earth Institute's Creative Associates Award 2019. These projects awards aim to explore novel and innovative ways of communicating research and develop a portfolio of case studies of the different creative approaches possible.
Andy was one of five judges at the Dopper Changemaker Challenge.
The Dopper Changemaker Challenge started in the Netherlands in 2017, but in 2019 the challenge went going global. Amsterdam (for Dutch and Belgian students), Berlin, London and Kathmandu. Innovative projects can change the world, crystal clear water, in every ocean, from every tap. That’s Dopper’s goal.