The Valerie project have published stakeholder field trial information leaflets. These describe the identification of problems within a number of specific contexts and the trial of experimental solutions by stakeholder project partners, and are the result of the preceding four years’ work on the project.
The CCRI is now recruiting for our Placement Student to take up post on or about 1st September 2018. You should be interested in research and learning research skills, and ideally have an interest in policy, farming, food, or communities.
Closes: 1 March 2018
Colleagues at Durham University need your help with research which is trying to better understand how different stakeholders in the Cotswold landscape, from residents and farmers, to visitors and local government use and value the landscape and how they feel it should be best managed for the future.
Readers of this blog will know that we have a keen interest in ‘Big Cats’ and their (alleged) presence in our countryside. To add a little fuel to the fire of this debate, researchers have found a stuffed Big Cat in the Bristol Museum. It turns out that this cat is of Canadian origin and was probably an exhibit or pet, before escaping and going on to be the ‘Beast of Devon’ – before being shot that is. There are a number of media reports on this development, and no doubt it will help keep the debate going as to our current
Policy Conference 2012 – Chris Short gives an introduction to ‘Environmental Policy and Integrated Delivery: Opportunities and Barriers’ that he and Jenny Phelps from Gloucestershire FWAG will be presenting on 27/09/2012 at Gloucester Rugby Club’s Kingholm stadium conference centre. http://tinyurl.com/9qkxh7m For more details on the conference see: http://www.ccri.ac.uk/Events/2012CCRIPolicyConference.htm