A team at CCRI, led by Jane Mills have recently published a paper in Sustainability entitled ‘Developing Farm-Level Social Indicators for Agri-Environment Schemes: A Focus on the Agents of Change’.
The July edition of the Open Access Government magazine features an article detailing the EU Horizon 2020 funded ‘SPRINT’ project.
CCRI researchers Julie Ingram and Caitlin Hafferty recently presented a paper at The European Seminar on Extension and Education (ESEE) hosted by Teagasc at Ballyhaise Agricultural College, Cavan, Ireland.
COVID-19 has disrupted the normal way information and advice is shared and accessed in the Agricultural Knowledge and Innovation System (AKIS). Researchers from the Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) and ADAS consulted a range of farmers and other stakeholders about their experiences during the pandemic.
Researchers from the CCRI are leading authors in a new paper to be published in the Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension
Last week, CCRI director Janet Dwyer gave evidence to the EFRA Committee last week as part of their inquiry into Defra’s ELM scheme. CCRI had earlier submitted written evidence to the inquiry and was asked for an additional written submission.
The final SoilCare conference will take place on Thursday 24th June from 10:30-15:00 CET with the aim of disseminating the findings of our EU-funded project and inciting discussion surrounding our results and policy recommendations.
Amr Khafagy has recently had an article published on the ‘Alternative Policy Solutions’ website entitled ‘Beyond Microfinance: How Can Finance Support Social and Economic Development in Egypt?’
CCRI Director Janet Dwyer, has become the president of a prestigious long-standing society, UK Agricultural Economics Society which promotes study and teaching within the domains of agricultural, food and related industries, rural society and the environment.
As SURE-Farm is coming to an end, the CCRI released a booklet summarizing the key results and messages from the work conducted since 2017. The booklet reports impacts and recommendations for the social, economic and environmental context of the East of England arable farming system.