The Adaptation and Resilience in the Context of Change network (ARCC) was staffed and managed by UKCIP, and hosted by the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford. The network supported the creation of robust built environment and infrastructure sectors within the UK, to deliver benefits to society, the economy and the environment.
Funded by EPSRC, we focused on three core objectives:
- building community cohesion to develop in-depth understanding and synergies across the network
- provision and integration of knowledge to help ensure policy and practice have the best available evidence
- enhanced accessibility and uptake of research outputs to meet the needs of a diverse stakeholder community in a timely manner.
To find out more about the research projects we worked with, see the Projects pages.
Roger Street, Project manager
Roger was PI for ARCC work with particular responsibility for the strategic development of the programme and links with the wider researcher and stakeholder communities.
Vicky Hayman, Knowledge exchange and coordination officer
Vicky helped manage and coordinate the ARCC network. Working closely with researchers and stakeholders, her work enhanced the effectiveness of the coordination and knowledge exchange activities across the programme.
Tanya Wilkins, Communication & knowledge exchange
Tanya’s role was to synthesise, translate and communicate critical research outputs for use by decision-making communities, and coordinate engagement and knowledge transfer activities.
Briony Turner, Knowledge exchange manager
Kay Jenkinson, Communications manager