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.
The latest updates from CCRI's Postgraduate Research students.
CCRI have recruited a new research assistant to work on co-designing a citizen science approach for achieving integrated catchment management.
The CCRI recently completed a series of case studies working with and for farmers as part of the Flourishing Floodplains project.
The Michael Dower European Rural Resilience Award is intended to foster rural resilience. It is open to all Europeans who care about our common values: democracy, cohesion, solidarity and peace.
Research explores the potential of long-term agreements for landscape recovery in productive agricultural areas
This project investigated the potential of long-term agreements (30 years+) for achieving landscape recovery in lowland productive areas, including how a funding approach which blends both public and private funding may work.
Professor Damian Maye will deliver a keynote address at a forthcoming agri-food conference at the University of Hohenheim, near Stuttgart.
The CCRI is seeking to appoint two Research Assistants (Student Placement) to support the research output of the Institute. Find out more!
Dan Keech is continuing to emphasise and extend CCRI's work highlighting rural-urban interdependences as he co-edits a special issue of 'Frontiers in Sustainable Cities'.