Dan Keech and Matt Reed will be hosting a session at the forthcoming on-line conference ‘Urban-Rural Partnerships 2020’, on 25-27th November.
In our series of blogs related to sustainable food systems and Covid-19, Bryonny Goodwin-Hawkins, Matt Reed and Damian Maye reflect on lessons learned during the ROBUST project.
We are living through the beginnings of the worst food crisis since the Second World War, with warnings that as the global economy slumps the most marginal and vulnerable will face food shortages.
Three more articles have been accepted for CCRI researchers. Read more about the successes of Phil Staddon, Nenia Micha and Matt Reed.
This week, Matt Reed and Dan Keech have travelled to Bergen in Norway for a key first meeting as part of the the consortium that makes up the ‘URBANFARMS’ project.
Since April 2019, a team from CCRI have been working with colleagues from the University of Newcastle on a Defra commissioned project about how commercial fishers and sea anglers engage with marine management and science in England. Project leader, Matt Reed has provided an update on this project which has had extensive public involvement.
The XXVIII European Society for Rural Sociology Congress”Rural Futures in a Complex World” is taking place this week in Trondheim, Norway. A trio of researchers from CCRI will be in attendance and presenting research findings.
Many people make their living from the sea, while many more visit the coast and the sea for pleasure, an esential part of which is angling. Defra has commissioned CCRI, to carry out research finding out more about sea anglers, their ideas and backgrounds, and part of this work is an online survey.
More publication success for the CCRI with the acceptance of an article into a journal and a new book going into production.
CCRI’s Matt Reed and colleague Professor Anne Goodenough feature on BBC’s Countryfile Spring Diaries show this week discussing issues surrounding how climate change is affecting fruit tree blossom and its chance for pollination.