Chris Short will be guest Editor of a Special Issue of the Journal ‘Sustainability’ on the theme of ‘Sustainable Agricultural Land Management: Co-Benefits and Challenges in 21st Century’. Find out how to submit articles for consideration.
Later this week, CCRI’s Dr Dan Keech and Associate Prof. Matt Reed will be co-hosting a session at the online URP2020 conference.
Earlier this week CCRI Director Janet Dwyer gave evidence to the Members of the Economic Growth and Development Overview and Scrutiny Committee as part of an inquiry concerning the economic vitality of rural and coastal areas in Cornwall.
Janet Dwyer has been invited to participate in the Prague European Summit which is taking place on 18th and 19th November.
We are pleased to recognise promotions to existing colleagues and welcome new ones to the team.
This month, Julie Urquhart will take part in an online festival that re-visits and celebrates an event that took place in 1995 – the first International Children’s Conference on the Environment.
A recent article by Julie Ingram and Damian Maye on digitalisation and agricultural knowledge has now been included in a new ebook.
Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) are pleased to announce the appointment of ambassadors to its Future of Treescapes research programme. Professor Clive Potter of Imperial College London and Dr Julie Urquhart of the University of Gloucestershire will be joint Ambassadors, playing a central role in ensuring the programme is highly visible profile and successfully delivered. The Future of UK Treescapes programme aims to advance understanding of the type and scale of woodland planting and forest establishment that will be needed in the UK to
A survey is taking place to gather information on the local food chains of Gloucestershire.
Back in 2016, the University of Gloucestershire won a bid to be part of a jointly funded £3.16 million National Lottery /European Social Fund Building Better Opportunities (BBO) project known as GEM (Going the Extra Mile). This inclusive employment project was set up with the aim of engaging with and supporting individuals experiencing barriers to work due to a range of circumstances, and moving them closer to education, training or employment.