BA (Hons) (European Studies - German), PhD (Geography), FRGS
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Daniel joined the CCRI in 2012. He contributes to international research projects on urban and regional food systems, urban-rural interdependence and cultural dimensions of food provisioning. He also contributes to research on environmental humanities and ecosystems services.
He teaches at the University of Gloucestershire within courses on sustainability, landscape architecture and postgraduate research methods. Daniel’s post-graduate supervision and examination range has included cultural geography, applied ecology, landscape architecture, fine art and sustainable environments.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers (and Treasurer of the Urban Geography Research Group), a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a former Associate Fellow of the Third Sector Research Centre (2011-13).
Dan Keech’s recent activities
On Thursday 5th and Friday 6th May, the CCRI was delighted to welcome a delegation of five Swedish researchers to the University of Gloucestershire, in Cheltenham. From Karlstad University, Professor Margareta Dahlström and Dr Moa Tunström are respectively the former and current directors of the Centre for Research on Sustainable Societal Transformation. They were accompanied by PhD researcher Mathilde de Goer de Herve. These Karlstad guests were joined by Professor Brita Hermelin and Assistant Professor Sara Gustafsson, both from the Centre for Local Government Studies at the University of Linköping. The visitors contributed to a two-day seminar with CCRI researchers and colleagues
The RGS-IBG Annual International Conference takes place from Tuesday 31 August to Friday 3 September 2021 and two researchers from CCRI will contribute to the online event.
At the end of April, CCRI researchers Dan Keech and Matt Reed presented at an online seminar, the footage for which is now available.
Three researchers from CCRI will be presenting at an online seminar on 26th January at the Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research and Data.
Congratulations to our colleagues who have recently passed their APM Project Management Fundamentals qualification.
Later this week, CCRI’s Dr Dan Keech and Associate Prof. Matt Reed will be co-hosting a session at the online URP2020 conference.