The CCRI Seminar Series is open to everyone and aims to provide a flexible vehicle for the dissemination of research and discussion of policy and practice in rural research and policy. The series aims to encourage speakers from a broad range of academic, policy and stakeholder backgrounds to take part, and it remains an important contributor to knowledge transfer within the region.
The seminar series remains a central part of CCRI’s role as an international centre of excellence in rural research and knowledge transfer. For more information regarding this series, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
All seminars begin at 12.15 and take place at the University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus, unless otherwise noted.
The seminars are free to attend, but if you intend to come along it would be useful if you could let us know by sending an email. This will also enable us to inform you of any changes to the programme, which can happen from time to time.
All visitors and participants at the seminar series should note that as with all of our public events, photographs may be taken during seminars for use in our marketing and communication materials.
Seminar Programme – 2016/17
|22/06/2017||Sufisa case studies||James Kirwan and Damian Maye||University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus Room TC119|
|29/06/2017||The role of planning in shaping better urban-rural relationships in Bristol City Region||Luca Lazzarini, Politecnico di Torino||University of Gloucestershire, Oxstalls Campus, Room TC119|
|25/05/2017||Water and Integrated Local Delivery (WILD) project, enabling local communities and famers to influence their local environment and its future management and development||Antony Lyons (former CCRI artist in residence) and Jenny Phelps (FWAG SouthWest)||University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus, Room OX TC118|
|TBC||Spatio-economic modelling of agricultural resilience||Rob Berry||University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus, Room LC202|
|16/03/2017||A scenario-based approach for re-addressing planning practice||Luca Lazzarini, Politecnico di Torino||University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus Room TC119|
|16/02/2017||Searching for effective farming policies in Gloucestershire. Examining the scope for a ‘Horticultural Belt’ including food provisioning and prospects for agroecological initiatives||Nick James and Liz Child||University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus, Room LC102||Chaired by Matt Reed|
|09/02/2017||Business models and ICTs supporting the development of local agrofood and tourism systems||Marco Della Gala||University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus Room OX LC102||Chaired by Matt Reed|
|02/02/2017||Natural Capital and Environmental Decision Making||Dan Marsh, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand||University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus, Room LC202||Chaired by Chris Short|
|26/01/2017||Small farms survey||Rebecca Laughton||University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus TC218A||Chaired by Matt Reed|
|19/01/2017||Mixed methods mapping of soil carbon - challenging the usual approaches to mapping the agricultural environment||Beth Brockett||Oxstalls Campus LC203A||Chaired by Rob Berry|
|15/12/2016||Loss and destruction of social capital and social networks in Spanish rural areas as consequences of the NOT LEADER philosophy||Javi Serrano Lara, University of Valencia||University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus|
|20/10/2016||The history of the alternative food movement||Sophie Greenway,|
|University of Gloucestershire, Oxstalls Campus, Room TC217|
|13/10/2016||Non-farmers’ willingness to farm: a large-scale choice experiment to identify policy options that can induce new entry to the agricultural industry||Dr Taro Takahashihe, Bristol Vet School||University of Gloucestershire, Oxstalls Campus, Room tbc|
|22/09/2016||Decision support tools for agriculture: towards effective design and delivery||Dr David Christian Rose, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge||University of Gloucestershire, Oxstalls Campus, Room LC102|