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.
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'.
Last week, Bryonny Goodwin-Hawkins, Janet Dwyer, Katarina Kubinakova and Aimee Morse travelled to Barcelona for the RUSTIK project’s Living Labs kick-off event.
The CCRI is to join 'Alternet', a collaborative network of leading European research institutes.
Professors Damian Maye and Julie Ingram will be involved in one of seven new research projects examining how rural enterprises are adapting to the major challenges facing the economy.
Earlier this month, the CCRI hosted its annual 'Winter School', an opportunity for post-graduate students to gather and present their work to fellow students and academics from within the CCRI.
Last week, two key farming conferences took place in Oxford with researchers Charlotte Chivers and Aimee Morse in attendance
In mid-December, Professor Janet Dwyer was been presented with her OBE medal by the Princess Royal at an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace.