Turning research into action
Due to the Coronavirus our team will be working from home.
Please do get in touch, you can reach us at:
General enquiries firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Taylor - General Manager email@example.com
Matthew Cook - Peatland Action Project Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
Shalla Gray - Biosphere Explorers Project Officer email@example.com
Jayne Murdoch - Peatland Restoration Events firstname.lastname@example.org
We continually seek to link research with practice and are proud of our track record of applied and academic work. We carry out work for departments of the UK and Scottish Government, Government Agencies, NGOs, businesses and research institutes.
Our network is UK wide and includes businesses, Universities, Research Institutes, NGOs and agencies and is a reflection of our broad interests in the arts, business, the rural economy, and the environment.
The Centre is focused on three key areas: rural land management, sustainable development and environmental education.
The Crichton Carbon Centre is an independent, not-for-profit, applied research body, focused on the challenges and benefits of transitioning to a low carbon society.
We have a broad network of collaborators in the scientific, educational and government communities and a track record of successful project management in sustainable development.
Our projects combine scientific research and direct action to achieve real results in sustainability.