CCRI SEMINAR SERIES
As an international centre of research excellence, the CCRI seminar series aims to encourage and welcome speakers from a broad range of academic, policy and stakeholder backgrounds. The series, which has become an integral component of CCRI, is open to all, and is a flexible vehicle for the dissemination of research and discussion of policy and practice in a broad range of topics such as agriculture, society, food and environmental issues. It offers the individual an opportunity to present their work in a friendly setting, amongst academics that have a genuine passion and interest in the furthering of knowledge.
We often have international speakers that complement the internal and national academics that regularly present research activities which all contribute to knowledge transfer within the region and amongst our extensive networks.
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All seminars begin at 12.15 and take place at the University of Gloucestershire Francis Close Hall Campus, Cheltenham, unless otherwise noted.
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CCRI Seminar presentation by Antony Lyons and Sarah Moore
25/09/2014 at 12:15 - 13:15
On 25 September 2014, CCRI artist-in-residence Antony Lyons (pictured right) presented an update on ‘Sabrina Dreaming’, with reference to his coastal investigations on the Severn Estuary, background research and links to some of the activities and research of the CCRI.
He was joined by invited speaker Sarah Moore, from the charity Tree-Aid, who talked about some new landscape rehabilitation projects in West Africa, which were especially concerned with ecological design for water management and soil conservation.
Antony’s project was reported in the summer edition (2014) of Severn Tidings (see page 6).
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