ViaSalaria : Help to support a 180 mile study walk across Italy

ViaSalaria : Help to support a 180 mile study walk across Italy

Visiting CCRI scholar, Luca Lazzarini, is co-organising a 180 mile walk along the ancient Salaria road in Italy, passing through some of the villages deeply affected by the earthquake. The walk – ‘ViaSalaria’ – is an itinerant walking workshop that aims at studying the landscape, particularly in rural and mountainous areas. It will be undertaken by a group of undergraduate and PhD students, who will walk from Adriatic to the Tyrrhenian Sea.

New Commons e-book published – free download!

New Commons e-book published – free download!

The CCRI has today published a new Commons e-book, featuring a compilation of blog posts written in connection with commons, and in particular attendance at various international IASC conferences over the last few years. This follows on from the Commons e-book that the CCRI published in March 2016, entitled ‘Commons – Governance of shared assets’, which is still available as a free download.

Free CCRI Seminar – Thursday 25th May

Free CCRI Seminar – Thursday 25th May

There is still time to register for the free CCRI seminar taking place tomorrow, Thursday 25th May. Former CCRI Artist in Residence, Antony Lyons and Jenny Phelps from FWAG SouthWest, will be making a presentation entitled “Water and Integrated Local Delivery (WILD) project, enabling local communities and famers to influence their local environment and its future management and development”, based on the WILD (Water and Integrated Local Delivery) project.