A CCRI team of researchers attended the kick-off meeting of the EU Horizon 2020 project, ROBUST in Ede, Netherlands, when over 60 partners met to initiate this project
Matt Reed and Dan Keech have been successful in penning several papers on urban agriculture and city food networks over the past few months.
CCRI’s Mauro Vigani has contributed a chapter to a new book just published by Cambridge University Press on the role of mass media and lobbies in the formulation of GMO regulations.
Part one of a blog on Geotourism in the Chablais Géopark, a remarkable natural landscape in the Haute Savoie in the northern French Alps.
A CCRI team is travelling to the historic city of Krakow, Poland, this weekend for the XXVIIth ESRS Conference, which take place from 24th to 27th July.
Paul Courtney worked with South West Forum and Clarity to undertake an evaluation of the Somerset Village Agents project, for which the final reports are available to download from the Community Council for Somerset website.
Julie Ingram has had a paper published in Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions. The paper can be accessed online.
Our current placement student Eloise Fresnay will soon be leaving CCRI. While she has been here, Eloise has been conducting a research project about the role of social interaction and collective work in WWOOF-ing networks. This Thursday, Eloise will present her findings as part of the CCRI Seminar series.
Matt Reed and Dan Keech have had a jointly authored paper published today (12th July) in Landscape Research. The paper is entitled ‘Gardening cyberspace—social media and hybrid spaces in the creation of food citizenship in the Bristol city-region, UK’.
Damian Maye was a guest editor for a special issue of Sociologia Ruralis, which was published this week (11th July 2017). Damian co-edited the special issue with Jessica Duncan from Wageningen University, Netherlands.