Janet Dwyer and Dan Keech are involved in the Urban Futures 3 Conference, which is taking place at the University of Gloucestershire’s Park Campus on 21st and 22nd June.
CCRI’s Director, Janet Dwyer, is quoted several times in EFRA’s inquiry report ‘The future for food, farming and the environment’
Janet’s report for the Public Policy Institute for Wales – ‘The Implications of Brexit for Agriculture, Rural Areas and Land Use in Wales’ – is cited in FarmingUK in respect of Wales’ Rural Affairs Secretary’s visit to Spain
CCRI Director, Janet Dwyer, was invited to give evidence relating to Brexit and agriculture to the External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee at the National Assembly for Wales in Senedd on 21st May 2018.
Media coverage from “People should be brought to the centre stage to deliver more environmental and social benefits” (PEGASUS project)
Media coverage “£2.5m initiative to help post-Brexit land management and agri-food sectors”
The CCRI is working in partnership with the Royal Agricultural University (RAU) who has announced a new £2.5m initiative to help meet the needs of the land management and agri-food sectors in the post-Brexit era.
CCRI Director, Professor Janet Dwyer, has been invited to give oral evidence in public on 25th April in connection with the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee’s ‘Work of DEFRA: Health and Harmony inquiry’.
One of the key recommendations coming out of a recently completed EU funded project is a new approach that would bring the social dimension – people – to the centre stage to deliver more environmental and social benefits.
More than 125 people attended a ‘Growing the Future’ rural policy workshop, held at the University of Gloucestershire, which revealed that British farmers get only 4.5% from all UK food sales and declared that ‘Brexit is happening now, not in the future’.