The CCRI had a strong presence at 2013 Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)
Annual International Conference. This is one of the leading international geography conferences in the world and is held at the historic Royal Geographical Society in central London
Gillian Cope presented a paper from her current PhD research – The Use of Sensory Ethnography to Gain New Understandings of Visitor Emotional Experiences and Practices at National Trust (NT) Sites and their Implications for Future NT Research & Management in the Session Affecting Heritage: Revisiting the geographies and politics of heritage through affect and emotion.

Chris Short, Jane Mills and Owain Jones presented a paper titled ‘Does an Ecosystem Approach offer anything new for environmental decision-making?’ The slides for this, can be found on the CCRI Slideshare page.

Owain Jones and Dan Keech convened a multi-themed, 12 paper session with Kaisa Schmidt-Thomé (Aalto University, Finland)

Other papers were presented by Damian Maye, James Kirwan, Matt Reed & Rhiannon Fisher.