Chris Short will be joined by colleagues from the School of Agriculture at the University of Reading as guest Editors of a Special Issue of the Journal ‘Sustainability’ on the theme of ‘Sustainable Agricultural Land Management: Co-Benefits and Challenges in 21st Century’.

The Special Issue will focus on defining sustainable agricultural land management (SALM) in terms of its impact on multiple natural resources, taking account of context and spatial scale.

Regarding the issue, Chris Short said ‘I am delighted to promote this special issue in Sustainability, at a critical point in the role of agricultural land management in the UK, Europe and across the globe.  Much of the research in the CCRI and amongst our partners is covered by the scope of this SI and my fellow editors from the University of Reading and I are looking for a really wide range of submissions‘.

Chris, Professor John Hammond and Dr. Lindsay Todman are now calling for contributions to be considered for publication in ‘Sustainability’, an international Open Access journal. Further details concerning submission can be found on the Special Issue page with the closing date for submissions being 31sy May 2021.

Full submission details can also be obtained via the Special Issue flyer available for download here: SI Flyer

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