We are delighted to announce that thousands of students have been celebrating their graduations over recent days and amongst them are a number which the CCRI has played an integral role. Read more about who they are and the subjects which they have been studying.
The UK SUFISA team are delighted to publish their case study findings: the dairy and inshore fisheries reports are available now.
John Powell and Dilshaad Bundhoo travelled to Israel in the early part of May to visit the Arava Institute for Environmental Science (AIES) in the Arava Valley of the Negev.
On Thursday 26th April, Dilshaad Bundhoo will present her PhD work, which has developed a context based framework for understanding how relationships transform effectively at times of stress (interpersonal resilience) instead of breaking down.
Damian Maye, James Kirwan, Dilshaad Bundhoo and Hannah Chiswell are at the Annual International Conference of the RGS-IBG, where Brexit is very much at the forefront of the CCRI presentations.
Damian Mayer and James Kirwan are once again very much involved in the annual RGS-IBG conference, where they are organising a session on food system sustainability and resilience and also co-presenting three research papers.
A CCRI research team is currently one of 15 pan-European partners working on an EU project called GLAMUR – “Global and Local food chain Assessment: a MUltidimensional performance-based approach”. A story on the project has just been published on the Horizon 2020 website.
The CCRI recently had a visitor from the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL), Emilia Schmitt, who has been working on the ‘GLAMUR’ project and is completing her PhD at the institute of agricultural sciences came to the UK to investigate cheese makers in the UK.
CCRI GLAMUR team, James Kirwan, Daniel Keech, Damian Maye and Dilshaad Bundhoo were in Rome from February 26th to 28th for EU-funded GLAMUR project meeting.
This week two new PhD students took up residency in CCRI.