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MA01047: Estimating the incidental socio-economic impacts of Environmental Stewardship - Non R&D
Description - Time Scale & Cost
From 2009 To 2010, Cost £119,615
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Countryside and Community Research Unit
Field of Study:   Environmental Protection - Agriculture
Theme:   Agri-Environment Scheme Monitoring
Keywords:  
Economic Research, Agri-Environment, Entry Levy Scheme (ELS), Environment, Higher Level Scheme, Understanding socio-economic benefits of recycling
 
 
WR0107: Modelling the Impact of Lifestyle Changes on Household Waste Arisings
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2005 To 2010, Cost £179,314
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   AEA Technology
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management
Keywords:  
Biowaste, Consumer, Economics, Effective household waste prevention, Environmental Effects, Environmental Impact, Environmental Impacts, Environmental Protection, Establishing a sound database for waste management, Household, Human Activities, Impact, Impact assessment, Modelling, Modelling/Projections, Policy Development, Social Dimension, Social Research, Sustainable Consumption and Production, Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management, Understand/enhance pro-environmental behaviour, Understanding resource flows, Understanding socio-economic benefits of recycling, Understanding waste composition and trends, Waste, Waste Management, Behaviour change
 
 
WR0114: Building Greater Understanding of the Techniques and Processes Required to Promote Sustainable Waste Management through Behaviour Change Programmes
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2005 To 2008, Cost £515,496
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Global Action Plan
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management
Keywords:  
Environmental Protection, Establishing a sound database for waste management, Household, Impact, Processes, Recycling, Social Dimension, Social Research, Sustainable Consumption and Production, Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management, Techniques & methodolgies for waste management, Understand/enhance pro-environmental behaviour, Understanding socio-economic benefits of recycling, Waste, Waste Management, Behaviour change
 
 
WR0116: Household Waste Prevention Activity in Dorset
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2005 To 2010, Cost £281,696
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Dorset County Council
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management
Keywords:  
Composting, Effective household waste prevention, Encourage change in resource use/waste generation, Environmental Protection, Establishing a sound database for waste management, Household, Analysis, Marketing, Monitoring and evaluation, Performance measurement and benchmarking, Recycling, Social Research, Sustainable Consumption and Production, Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management, Techniques & methodolgies for waste management, Understand/enhance pro-environmental behaviour, Understanding resource flows, Understanding socio-economic benefits of recycling, Understanding waste composition and trends, Waste, Waste collection and handling systems, Waste Management, Behaviour change
 
 
WR0201: Recycling of Low Grade Clothing Waste
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2005 To 2007, Cost £154,500
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Oakdene Hollins Ltd
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Systems for Resource Recovery
Keywords:  
incl. processing and reprocessing, Economic Research, Economics, Environmental Protection, Forecasting, Analysis, Market Development and Intervention, Market Transformation, Policy Analysis/Evaluation, Processes, Recycling, Sorting systems, Sustainable Consumption and Production, Systems for Resource Recovery, Technology, Uncover market opportunities outside WRAP's remit, Understanding resource flows, Understanding socio-economic benefits of recycling, Waste, Waste collection and handling systems, Waste Management
 
 
WR0210: Greenhouse Gas Impacts of Biowaste Management
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2006 To 2011, Cost £100,055
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Environmental Resources Management - Oxford
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Systems for Resource Recovery
Keywords:  
Biowaste, Climate Change, Composting, Economics, Energy, Environmental Effects, Environmental Protection, Greenhouse Effect, Household, Analysis, Impact, Marketing, Policy Development, Recycling, Systems for Resource Recovery, Technology, Understanding socio-economic benefits of recycling, Waste, Waste Management
 
 
WR0501: Replicating Success: Social Enterprises and the Waste Sector in London
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2005 To 2007, Cost £280,888
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   London Remade Ltd, Brook Lyndhurst
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Social Dimension
Keywords:  
Economic Research, Environment, Environmental Protection, Policy Development, Social Dimension, Social Research, Sustainable Consumption and Production, Sustainable Development, Understanding socio-economic benefits of recycling, Waste, Waste Management
 
 
WR0502: Social Enterprises and Sustainable Waste and Resource Management: Evaluating Impacts, Capacities and Opportunities
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2006 To 2007, Cost £168,601
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   University - Cardiff
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   Social Dimension
Keywords:  
Communities, Environmental Protection, Policy Development, Recycling, Social Dimension, Social Research, Sustainable Resource Consumption and Management, Understanding socio-economic benefits of recycling, Waste, Waste Management
 
 
WR0506: Benefits of Third Sector Involvement in Waste Management
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2007 To 2009, Cost £100,880
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Resources For Change
Field of Study:   Waste Management
Theme:   E: Promoting Shared Responsibilities
Keywords:  
Communities, Decision Making, Economic performance indicators, Economic Research, Economics, Environmental Protection, Indicators and benchmarking, Local and Regional Government, Recycling, Services, Social Dimension, Social Research, Sustainable Procurement, Understanding socio-economic benefits of recycling, Waste, Waste Management
 
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