Tackling food poverty and climate change together – ingenious business idea sends duo to regional finals

Two doctoral students from the University of Gloucestershire have been named as regional finalists for the Ingenuity Challenge 2021 thanks to an innovative business idea that will tackle food poverty and climate change at the same time.

Bilawal Khan and Madeleine Mancey, who are PhD Scholars with the Gloucestershire Business School and School of Education and Humanities respectively at the University, have been shortlisted for the Challenge for their ‘HARV’ business idea.

The news is shared on the same day as the launch of the new #GettingResults campaign by Universities UK (UK) – a campaign putting universities at the heart of the economic and social recovery from Covid-19. It gives a renewed commitment from universities to do even more to reach out to new partners and deliver greater impact, and recognises the role that graduates will play in the recovery from the pandemic. You can read more about this story on the university website.

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