Crowd Break-out session.
Plenary Table.

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and The School for Geography and the Environment at The University of Oxford have collaborated in the organisation of a key event that brings together leading policy makers and academics to facilitate plenary and roundtable discussions around innovative approaches and creative thinking to research partnership in the new funding landscape.

Funded by the Higher Education Innovation Fund and the second in a series of British Academy Government Social Research collaborative events, this invitation only conference took place on the 20 July 2016 at the British Academy in London with key speakers and panellists including Jane Elliot, (Chief Executive, Economic & Social Research Council, and RCUK champion of the Global Challenges Fund); Sarah Church, (Director of Food & Farming, Defra); Louise Heathwaite, (Chief Scientific Advisor for Environment & Rural Affairs, Scottish Government); Nigel Gilbert (Director, CECAN); Sarah Whatmore, (Professor of Environment and Public Policy, University of Oxford); and Alun Evans, (Chief Executive, British Academy).

Photos: (left, clockwise) Plenary Table, audience and break out session.