Next week, Damian Maye, Mauro Vigani and Hannah Chiswell will be travelling to Belgium as part of the SUFISA project on a two-day trip that will involve a project team meeting in Leuven, followed by a stakeholder workshop in Brussels.
CCRI director, Professor Janet Dwyer, has contributed to a new report, just published, called ‘After Brexit: 10 key questions for rural policy in Wales’. The report stems from a workshop held earlier in the year at Aberystwyth University
The UK SUFISA team are delighted to publish their case study findings: the dairy and inshore fisheries reports are available now.
There has been a great deal of comment on the recently published draft Agriculture Bill, which seeks to set out how the government will support farming after Brexit. The CCRI Director, Professor Janet Dwyer has a number of important observations.
Damian Maye, Hannah Chiswell, Mauro Vigani and James Kirwan have had a paper accepted for publication in Space and Polity, which looks at how Brexit is being discussed now in two key agricultural sectors, cereals and horticulture
CCRI Director, Professor Janet Dwyer, gave evidence to the House of Lords Rural Economy Committee on Tuesday 10th July.
The CCRI has responded to an open invitation from The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) regarding its consultation on “Health and Harmony: the future for food, farming and the environment in a Green Brexit”.
CCRI’s Director, Janet Dwyer, is quoted several times in EFRA’s inquiry report ‘The future for food, farming and the environment’
Janet’s report for the Public Policy Institute for Wales – ‘The Implications of Brexit for Agriculture, Rural Areas and Land Use in Wales’ – is cited in FarmingUK in respect of Wales’ Rural Affairs Secretary’s visit to Spain
The EU funded SURE-Farm project has published a policy brief which outlines why a broader view of resilience is needed to ensure a sustainable agricultural sector in the longer term.