Earlier this week we hosted an anniversary event celebrating 35 years since the first publications from CCRI.
Dr Alice Goodenough is part of a new project undertaking innovative research exploring whether the sounds of nature can influence the mental health and wellbeing of people in care homes.
This year CCRI is delighted to welcome two placement students to help with the ongoing research activities of the institute.
Four new knowledge exchange projects receive a share of £500,000 to boost the impact of the Future of UK Treescapes Programme.
CCRI Director Matt Reed and PhD student Pippa Simmonds have recently recorded a Podcast for the 'People Place and Nature Podcast' entitled 'Farming, Sustainability, and the Food Cycle'.
The Future of UK Treescapes programme, with support from NERC, ESRC, and AHRC, is pleased to announce the second round of Treescapes Fellowships.
The 8th Groundswell event took place earlier this week and was attended by researchers and students from CCRI.
The Greensounds project are taking part in the UK’s largest free celebration of Nature, taking place in Bristol.
Over the last few months, the CCRI team have had numerous articles published, or accepted for publication in the academic press. Full details of all CCRI publications can be found on the University of Gloucestershire’s Research Repository.