This presentation by Julie Ingram introduces concepts and examples of how farmers’ adaptive capacity and learning can be effectively supported with scientific knowledge and draws upon experiences from two contrasting contexts (Australia and Indonesia).
CCRI’s Julie Ingram will present a seminar detailing research she conducted in Australia and Indonesia on the topic of enabling farmer adaptation and learning.
Matt Reed from CCRI explores the ‘waves’ of the organic movement, starting from its emergence in the late nineteenth century through to its latest configuration around the ‘Organic 3.0’ document
Dr Gordon Morris will discuss rural policy a raise a series of thought provoking issues.
David Skydmore Emeritus Professor of Rural Policy will present a seminar exploring ‘Biosecurity strategy for plants and its implementation in Wales’.
Dr. Madeleine Gustavsson will present a seminar focussed upon small-scale fishing communities and a range of issues that impact upon them.
The first CCRI seminar of 2019 will take place on January 24th at 12:15pm. We will be joined by Professor Louise Manning from the Royal Agricultural University who will be talking about ‘Food Fraud’.
On the 19th April, Professor David Main, Professor of Production Animal Health and Welfare at the Royal Agricultural University, will be making a presentation for the CCRI Seminar Series.
A new seminar date for your diaries! On Thursday, 22nd February, Alberto Serra, a MSc student in Wageningen University’s rural sociology department, will be presenting ‘(Dis)assembling Alternative Food Networks in Sheffield, UK’.
CCRI Director, Professor Janet Dwyer is making a seminar presentation on Thursday 14th December about her experience and research over the summer in Kyoto, Japan, where she undertook an OECD Research Fellowship. The seminar is free to attend.