SUPERB: Upscaling Forest Restoration
The systemic solutions for upscaling of urgent ecosystem restoration for forest-related biodiversity and ecosystem services, also known as SUPERB, project is led by the European Forest Institute and involves a consortium of 36 project partners and 90 associate partners, and receives €20 million in support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme.
King’s contribution will focus on exploring how humanities-based digital methods can be used to understand forest issues and broader societal contexts and engagements around restoration, drawing on approaches from fields such as science and technology studies, environmental humanities and Internet studies.
European Commission Horizon 2020
Lecturer in Digital Methods
Jonathan W. Y. Gray
Senior Lecturer in Critical Infrastructure Studies
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Funding Body: European Commission Horizon 2020
Period: December 2021 - November 2025