Here in the CCRI we have a vibrant and international postgraduate student environment covering a range of subjects. Find out more about our current research students below:
Adewunmi’s work looks at assessing the impact of pesticide use by urban and peri-urban cultivators in Ibadan, South-Western Nigeria.
Adam’s work looks at understanding heterogeneity and spatial differences in the motivations, attitudes and behaviours of recreational sea anglers in England and Wales.
Caitlin’s work focuses on exploring the “best practice” use of digital and geospatial technologies for stakeholder engagement in planning and environmental decision-making.
Berglind’s PhD aims to understand how human values and wellbeing are affected by large scale tree planting and is funded by the ESRC Wales Doctoral Programme under the Environmental Planning pathway.
Theo’s work looks at assessing the impact of the Post-Brexit environment on the Welsh farm’s and farmers choice of evolution.
Aimee’s work focuses on exploring the causal linkages between social and environmental outcomes in landscape-scale agri-environment delivery.
Leon’s work looks at assessing the relationship between butterfly diversity and abundance, and farm management approaches and composition in Grenada, West Indies.
Pippa’s work focuses on exploring how the issue of climate change and ruminant livestock is framed in the mainstream media and by farmers.
Yao’s work is based around researching food growing practice in the residential area of Beijing, China. Part of Smart City - the Solution to Urban Environmental Problems in China.
Nikki’s work is focused on agroecological transitions, understanding farmers’ cultural identities and social practices to enable mixed farming futures.