A new publication from Nenia Micha is now available that highlights the benefits to farmers who implement Nutrient Management Plans.
Last year, CCRI researchers had a paper published in a special issue of the journal ‘Space and Polity’. Due to the interest in this special edition, which profiled “the varied contributions of geographical inquiry to scholarly debates on the causes, meaning and implications of the UKs decision to Brexit from the EU”, the journal will now be published as a book.
More publication success for the CCRI with the acceptance of an article into a journal and a new book going into production.
PhD student, Caitlin Hafferty has written an article for ‘Salmo Trutta’, the journal of the Wild Trout Trust. The article is focussed on the River Brue in the small Somerset town of Bruton and details community engagement and management of the river. Find out more and download Caitlin’s article for free.
The latest paper from Julie Ingram, with Pete Gaskell as co-author has been published in NJAS – Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences. The paper reports on findings from four case-studies across Europe as part of the EU FP7 funded project ‘VALERIE’.
There is double publication success for Damian Maye, Matt Reed and Dan Keech in the latest edition of the journal ’City, Culture and Society’. The special issue examines governance of city food systems and features two papers from CCRI researchers
Julie Ingram and Lisa Lobry de Bruyn (University of New England) are guest editors of a special edition of the journal Soil Use and Management, featuring a number of papers with that are authored by CCRI researchers.
Damian Maye is the lead author of a newly published paper that discusses the topical issue of single use plastics and coffee cups.
2019 has started well for PhD student Kamilla Skaalsveen, with the publication of her first article which reviewed existing literature on the effects of farming practices on water quality and retention.
Recently Nick Lewis and Janet Dwyer conducted a review of the UK wine sector as part of a wider evaluation of the EU wine sector. This is the second research project related to wine the the CCRI has conducted. In 2010, the CCRI was involved in a project that investigated the effects of the Common Agricultural Policy on the wine sector. A review of the UK sector was conducted, a summary of which can be found here. The aim of the work in 2014 was to assess and improve the current and future competitiveness of the EU wine sector. As