Hard Brexit threat to west Wales’ farmers. Pembrokeshire Herald. 13th February 2018. (Janet Dwyer’s report for the Public Policy Institute for Wales)
BBC 1 West (Regional News). Extract of interview with Janet Dwyer regarding her report for the Public Policy Institute for Wales (PPIW), entitled ‘The Implications of Brexit for Agriculture, Rural Areas and Land Use in Wales’. 10th February 2018. (Watch from 22:22:18 – 22:24:19).
BBC Wales radio. 5th February 2018. Janet Dwyer interview regarding her report for the Public Policy Institute for Wales. Listen from 1.06.37.
Brexit: ‘One size fits all’ Welsh rural policy warning. BBC News. 5th February 2018.
What the South West needs for Growing the Future, Sustain, 1st February 2018 (Growing the Future workshop)
Welsh red meat sector to suffer after Brexit but dairy may benefit, report suggests, Farming UK online, 16th January 2018. (Janet Dwyer’s report for Public Policy Institute for Wales)
Inspiring young people about fresh produce, Produce Business UK, 12th September 2017 (reference to CCRI LEAF certification research)
Health services biggest concern for rural residents, Smallholder, 6th September 2017 (reference to CCRI Rural Survey for RSN)
Health services are top concern for rural residents, Horncastle News, 5th September 2017
Read more at: http://www.horncastlenews.co.uk/news/health-services-are-top-concern-for-rural-residents-1-8135504
LEAF Marque delivering added value to members, LEAF’s EBrief 18th July 2017
Benefits of LEAF certification “go beyond the financial”, Horticultural Week, 23rd June 2017
Help shape future for rural services, RSN online. 22nd June 2017
Upland farmers state their aims ahead of Brexit, Mid Devon Gazette. 20th February 2017
Natural flood management: a look at one of Stroud’s shining sustainable schemes, Stroud News & Journal, 18th January, 2017.
Jane Mills was interviewed on the Faye Hatcher show on BBC Radio Gloucestershire about the importance of soil and how it is often forgotten and undervalued as a global resource. (The interview can be listened to on the BBC website until 31st January. Jane’s interview starts at 1 hour 11 minutes into the programme and lasts 7 minutes). 1 January 2017
Prepare now for less support post-Brexit, farmers told, Farmers Weekly, 10th December 2016 (Janet Dwyer quoted in article)
Community Orchards. Leaf Magazine page 8, Autumn 2016
Janet Dwyer interviewed by BBC Radio Gloucestershire (Freya Lee) on implicatons of Brexit, 11th November 2016
Janet Dwyer interviewed by Countryfile on implicatons of Brexit, November 2016.
University of Gloucestershire professor to take part in Parliament Brexit conference. Environment UK, 4th November 2016
Flooding killed 20 of my pigs and stopped plans for a dream wedding venue (linked to conference on Natural Flood Management). Gloucestershire Live. 20th October 2016
University of Gloucestershire researchers supporting poverty alleviation, Environment UK, 17th October 2016.
Stroud environmental projects recognised by Campaign to Protect Rural England, Stroud News and Journal. 5th October 2016
Janet Dwyer at the Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee in Wales, Senedd TV. (Janet is involved agenda item 2, immediately after Mark Reckless’ welcome and introduction.) 28th September 2016
Asian hornet sighted in Tetbury sparks fears for future of UK’s native honeybees. Stroud News. 22nd September 2016
Don’t turn vigilante over invading Asian hornets who bite the heads off Gloucestershire honeybees – Gloucestershire Live. 22nd September 2016
Prepare now for less support post-Brexit, farmers told. Farmers Weekly. 10th September 2016
Farming Today, BBC Radio 4, Friday, 1st July, 2016. Janet Dwyer interviewed regarding EU CAP Pillar 2 funding and the implications of Brexit
Traffic light nutrition labelling – interview with Dr Matt Cole. New Food Magazine. 27th May, 2016
Researchers investigate food labeling, Rural Services Network. 23rd May, 2016
Gloucestershire researchers to lead international workshop on food security, Environment UK. 13th May 2016
Workshop: Tools for evaluating ecosystem services. One Health Global. May 2016
Funding for Global Project. Gloucestershire Echo, 13th May, 2016. (Print copy)
Matt Reed was interviewed on the Faye Hatcher programme on BBC Radio Gloucestershire regarding heavy metals in fish. 8th May, 2016. (interview starts at 17.12 mins)
Is spirulina the new kale? A Thai startup is bringing back the tiny green algae. The Guardian (Sustainable Business). Article includes comments by Dr Mauro Vigani. 7th April, 2016
Cotswold Life, April edition, “The biggest problem is that we wait for the water to come before we act to do anything about it” Following his public lecture on 25th February, 2016, Chris Short was interviewed by Cotswold Life about using nature to prevent flooding .
BBC Radio Gloucestershire, 28th February, 2016, Kate Clark show. Chris Short interviewed regarding his public lecture on natural flood management. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03jlnqy
BBC Radio Gloucestershire, 21st February, 2016, Chris Short’s Flooding lecture featured in the County’s Guide on the Kate Clark show http://bbc.in/1RhDJHQ
Making the most of soil carbon – tools for farmers, advisers and policy makers, Environment UK, 5th November, 2015
Making the most of soil carbon – tools for farmers, advisers and policy makers, Farming UK, 5th November, 2015
Farming on the Edge: farmer attitudes to bovine tuberculosis in new endemic areas, Veterinary Record, 31st October, 2015 (A mention in this hard copy publication of CCRI’s Dr Damian Maye, who was one of the authors of the paper).
New online Toolbox aims to help EU farmers switch to soil-friendly farming practices, Agra Europe, 30th October, 2015
Urban Food and the Sustainable City. BBC Gloucestershire news item. 14th October, 2015
Urban Food and the Sustainable City. Farming UK. 13th October, 2015
Urban Food and the Sustainable City, Environment UK, 13 October, 2015.
Pioneering scheme harnesses nature to tackle flooding. Stroud District Council Press Release. 15th September, 2015
Professor Janet Dwyer and Dr Robert Berry gave evidence on 2 July 2015 to the Environment and Sustainability Committee of the National Assembly for Wales, which is scrutinising the Environment (Wales) Bill. The evidence session was broadcast on Senedd TV, the online broadcast channel for the National Assembly for Wales.
Seeking ways to manage global commons will be crucial in the fight against climate change. Farming UK 26/06/2015
Commons Management & Governance – Short Online Courses. YPARD. June 2015
John Powell at the opening ceremony of the IASC Conference in Edmonton, Canada, (John can be seen behind the drummers at 1.23mins into video clip) U of A conference to look at creative, community-level methods for sustainable resource development. Edmonton Journal. 25/05/2015
Uplands Alliance launch brings good news for moorland farms and economy. Western Daily Press. 13/05/2015
Professor Janet Dwyer interviewed on BBC Radio 4 Farming Today regarding the new Uplands Alliance, being launched on 13/05/2015. Interview broadcast on 12/05/2015 (link valid until 11/06/2015)
CCRI helping to protect Britain’s uplands.Environment UK. 29/04/2015
North Yorkshire lecture reflects on a lifetime of rural policy. Gazette and Herald. 15/04/2015
Communities can team work against flooding. Epsworth Bells and Crowle Advertiser. 14/04/2015
Guide helps to prevent rural floods. RSN. 08/04/2015
Analysis: Are member states being unadventurous in their P2 spending choices for 2015-2020?”. Article by Professor Janet Dwyer. Agra Europe. 18/03/2015
January 2015 Research Seminar Outdoor Recreation Newsletter. (Seminar hosted by CCRI and jointly led by Professor Janet Dwyer)
CCRI work mentioned in Westminster Hall debate over Urban Food Growing (Planning), secured by Kerry McCarthy, MP for Bristol (East) and the Shadow Minister for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs. 04/03/2015
Managing global commons crucial the fight against climate change. Farming Monthly, online, 04/02/2015
Base policy on happiness, not jobs and the rural economy. Western Daily Press. 02/02/2015 Download article - Base policy on happiness, not jobs and the rural economy - by Professor Paul Courtney
Farming Today: Dr Matt Reed interview on BBC’s Farming Today regarding urban farming following the CCRI Policy Conference. 22/01/2014
Focus on WILD project – Cotswold Life December 2014 issue. Download Cotswold Life WILD article
Research at University of Gloucestershire described as “world leading” in latest REF exercise, Gloucestershire Echo, 18 December 2014
A new route to innovation. Article written by Dr Matt Reed for the Growth Hub. 15 December 2014
Agricultural partners need clear objectives. Research Europe. 4 December 2014. Download article. Copyright Research Europe
Farming must change its ways if we are to save our soils. Western Daily Press, 10 December 2014
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Interview with Matt Reed. City consumers could push food supply chain in new direction. Agra Europe. 09/12/2014
CCRI debate the future of the Countryside in London. Construction National. 09/12/2014
Soil threat undermining our current way of life, Farming UK, 08/12/2014
European soil scientists unite to tackle threats to soil. Environment UK, 05/12/2014
Countryside Values for the 21st Century. Agra Europe. 2/12/2014
Countryside Values for the 21st Century. Association of the Commons Registrations Authorities (ACRA) December Newsletter – Download ACRA newsletter December 2014
‘Countryside Values for the 21st Century’ – The CCRI 2015 Policy Conference, Ecojam, Bristol. 17/11/2014
Discounts for rural policy conference. RSN 14/11/2014
Hill Farm Training receives commendations as major new grant awarded. Cumbria Crack. 21 August 2014
Agricultural specialists launch new Rural Innovation Centre – Wiltshire and Gloucestershire Standard 9/4/2014
Talk on the Tewkesbury healthy town intervention project Tewkesbury admag 20/03/2014
What are tidal bores? Article by Dr Owain Jones in The Conversation 03/03/2014