At RSA House in London last night, the RSA Food, Farming and Countryside Commission launched their new report. As one of their advisors, Janet Dwyer attended the event, which was attended by around two hundred people.
Last year, CCRI researchers had a paper published in a special issue of the journal ‘Space and Polity’. Due to the interest in this special edition, which profiled “the varied contributions of geographical inquiry to scholarly debates on the causes, meaning and implications of the UKs decision to Brexit from the EU”, the journal will now be published as a book.
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
More publication success for the CCRI with the acceptance of an article into a journal and a new book going into production.
Professor of Agri-Food Studies at the Countryside and Community Research Institute, Damian Maye presents his inaugural lecture.
Damian Maye will be speaking at a workshop in Switzerland later this month that will discuss challenges and directions of agri-environmental governance
There is double publication success for Damian Maye, Matt Reed and Dan Keech in the latest edition of the journal ’City, Culture and Society’. The special issue examines governance of city food systems and features two papers from CCRI researchers
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’.