EPW are keen to ensure that as students and researchers, you are delivering projects with relevance and meaningful impact, developing theses, dissertations, and projects, as part of courses, which link directly to the needs of Welsh Government and Natural Resources Wales (NRW).
Your research work, at undergraduate or postgraduate level, could provide answers to long-standing environmental questions, delivering valuable evidence to those regulating and managing the Welsh environment. Additionally, it will provide you with kudos, credibility and confidence when completing your CV and seeking future employment. You will have an advantageous insight into the operation of NRW and/or Welsh Government and contributed to their work, protecting and enhancing the Welsh environment.
As an added bonus, EPW will give you the opportunity to share your project experience and results in the form of a presentation directly to those who raised the research needs in the first instance. This may be through a bespoke workshop, conference presentation or podcast.
To participate, please search the NRW State of the Natural Resources Report (SoNaRR) which can be found here. Once you’ve identified a potential project and discussed with your supervisor – please get in touch through email@example.com , quoting the SoNaRR line reference and we will connect you to the relevant member of staff in NRW who can explain more about their aspirations regarding the research need.