About the project:
Building on the Tyndall Centre ‘super-low carbon live music roadmap’(see www.tyndall.manchester.ac.uk/research/reports/), we are seeking a PhD candidate to expand the knowledge base on delivering emissions reductions in the live music sector. This project is interdisciplinary. It will conduct a social-science informed analysis of existing practices and industry norms and explore the potential of different interventions/approaches to transform these. It will also conduct technical assessments of the energy, carbon and sustainability implications of different options. Therefore, candidates must be able to confidently combine these different elements to provide effective synthesised insight and recommendations.
The project will identify and evaluate the most effective ways to decarbonise live music and work collaboratively with stakeholders to deliver and evaluate interventions.
The candidate will ideally start in April 2022 and certainly by June 2022 at the latest due to the conditions of funding.
For more information, please visit Super-low carbon live music – transforming practice in the live music sector at The University of Manchester on FindAPhD.com