Damian Maye, James Kirwan, Dilshaad Bundhoo and Hannah Chiswell are at the Annual International Conference of the RGS-IBG, where Brexit is very much at the forefront of the CCRI presentations.
CCRI’s Damian Maye is co-convening a session about Brexit with Gareth Enticott from Cardiff University at the RGS-IBG conference taking place in London from 29th August and 1st September 2017. The session is entitlted ‘The Impact of Brexit to Agriculture, Food and Rural Society’ and they have just announced a call for papers.
The CCRI was well represented at the 2016 RGS-IBG Annual Conference, this year’s theme being ‘nexus thinking’, an approach that aims to address the interdependencies, tensions and trade-offs between different environmental and social domains.
Damian Mayer and James Kirwan are once again very much involved in the annual RGS-IBG conference, where they are organising a session on food system sustainability and resilience and also co-presenting three research papers.