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
David Skydmore Emeritus Professor of Rural Policy will present a seminar exploring ‘Biosecurity strategy for plants and its implementation in Wales’.
Julie Ingram who is to present a paper at the ‘Innovations in Technology and Management for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals’ conference that is taking place at JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur, India.
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 November 29th, Janet Dwyer and Chris Short facilitated a GFirst LEP sponsored event at the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester.
A couple of weeks ago, Imogen Young joined CCRI as the latest of our placement students. Each academic year, we offer the opportunity of a paid placement within CCRI, and Imogen has joined us from UWE where she is an Environmental Science student. By way of an introduction we asked Imogen to write a few lines about herself.
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
The EU funded ROBUST project has issued an infographic leaflet which is available to download
Damina Maye has been invited to talk about some of his latest research linked to ethics and food governance at an international conference on Rural-Urban Linkages for Sustainable Development that will take place 19th – 21st July, 2018 in Innsbruck.
Damian Maye has been at Newcastle University today, giving a seminar for the Centre for Rural Economy, School of Natural and Environmental Sciences (SNES), Agriculture Seminar Series.