The “Changing Treescapes” (TREESCAPES) project, funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council launches on 1st February 2020. Find out more about this exciting new project which is being led by Julie Urquhart.
The EU Horizon2020 project ‘SURE-Farm’ (Towards SUstainable and REsilient EU FARMing systems) has published a new Business Brief that aims to improve risk management for EU agriculture.
CCRI’s Dr Phil Staddon’s PhD student Maede Faghihinia is researching the impact of grazing intensity on belowground ecosystem functioning and carbon cycling in North China steppe.
CCRI Professor of Social Economy, Paul Courtney has been invited to guest edit a Special Issue of the journal ‘Sustainability’. The theme of the Special Issue will be ‘Fostering Inclusivity in Rural Economic Development’ and manuscripts are now being accepted for consideration.
A video concerning the ‘RUST’ project that has involvement from CCRI Research Assistant, Dilshaad Bundhoo has now been made available on the University of Gloucestershire’s Research Repository.
This week the European Parliament’s Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development published a report investigating the EU farming employment sector. The CCRI was part of the consortium, which was led by OIR.
Presenting results from the ROBUST project, CCRI’s Dan Keech will attend the 10th Global ESP conference in Hanover, which takes place from 21st-25th October.
More publication success for Researchers from CCRI. Damian Maye is lead author on two papers with Rob Berry co-authoring a paper written by former CCRI Masters’ student Katherine Smith.
Julie Ingram has once again travelled to Indoensia as a follow-up to her recent OECD scholarship. She has been visiting farmers who are participating in Science Field Labs and also presented at the recent 5th Global Science Conference on Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA).
CCRI researcher Julie Ingram was joined by PhD Kamilla Skaalsveen last week at the Wageningen Soil Conference in the Netherlands.