When we do surveys, we often collect a large amount of information from respondents that they may feel is personal to them and is not relevant to the topic of the survey. This post explains the utility and importance of doing so, even though it can be tiresome to complete by the respondants.
Robert Berry and Hannah Chiswell discuss their experience of Geographical Information Systems on International GIS day
CCRI's resident blogger, John Powell has recently returned from a trip to New England. During his time stateside he visited many rural areas and has written this piece discussing some of the issues these rural communities are facing.
John Powell is currently on holiday. He still finds time however to pen a blog about what he is up to - always with an eye on 'the commons'.
The colours of the trees are vibrant in the strong sunlight, set off against a deep blue sky on a clear October day. Walden Pond is where Henry David Thoreau built a cabin in the woods ‘by his own hand’…
The United Nations has designated the first Monday in October as 'World Habitat Day'. First celebrated in 1986, John Powell considers the day and how it relates to a project that the CCRI has been involved with - that of 'Foresters Forest' in the nearby Forest of Dean.
Last week in the CCRI we were joined by our latest placement student for 2019-2020. Find out more about Bethany Leake who has joined the team from the University of Leeds.
CCRI's Project Support Officer Isabel Fielden took a month's sabbatical from CCRI to work with endangered species in West Java, Indonesia.
Back in July, John Powell attended the XVII IASC Biennial Global Commons Conference in Lima, Peru. This Blog post is a reflection on how the opening ceremony was something of an analogy to many of the global commons problems.