Since the launch of our new website we will be providing updates about our vibrant PhD student community. Find out what they have been up to over the summer.
A number of the CCRI team recently attended the RGS-IBG international conference in Newcastle which returned to a more traditional 'in-person' format.
A new report from NICRE, details that many farm businesses in England may struggle to cope with the challenges of new agricultural policies and the withdrawal of the Basic Payment Scheme.
Research commissioned by NICRE and conducted by CCRI with the Landworkers' Alliance sought to gain an understanding of the economic, environmental and social impact of food and farming businesses, their challenges and innovation potential
PhD Researcher Caitlin Hafferty, recently worked with Natural England to deliver a range of outputs to contribute to the organisation’s evidence base on best practice in stakeholder engagement.
The Changing Treescapes project team have released a new guide, 'Making Socio-Ecological Art and Science Collaboration Work: A Guide'.
New research conducted at CCRI identifies £883 million is predicted to be lost from the rural economy up to 2027 across the South West.
The CCRI is involved with a new project led by Land Use Consultants and Environment Systems Limted to resurvey agri-environment agreements.
The Countryside and Community Foundation is pleased to be able to offer research grant funding to postgradute students working in a relevant field. The current call for grant applications closes on 10 September 2022.