This project aimed to provide a comprehensive review of the evidence for the provision of environmental benefits by UK agri-environment schemes.
The Countryside and Community Research Institute produced a report on the Incidental Socio-Economic Benefits of Environmental Stewardship (ES) for Defra in March 2010.
Examining the impact of partial and full decoupling of CAP pillar 1 support in the EU IPA Programming and Project Preparation Facility
This project sought to identify the impact of full decoupling of CAP on the agricultural sector, the livestock supply chain and meat processing industries in the UK
The Benefits of LEAF Membership: a qualitative study to understand the added value that LEAF brings to its farmer members
In 2010, CCRI conducted research for LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming) to assess the benefits of membership to farmers.
This project aimed to develop a critical, interdisciplinary appraisal of the potential impacts of plant disease (food and non-food) on land use and the UK rural economy.
Developing approaches to ex-post assessment of regulatory change impacts at the farm level: prototype study
In 2010-11 the CCRI conducted research to assess how changes to 2008 Nitrate Pollution Control Regulations, and the 2006 Agricultural Waste Regulations would affected the agriculture sector.
In 2011, ’Making Local Food Work’ commissioned CCRI and local food consultants f3 to undertaken research into small scale food production.
The CCRI conducted a review of the UK wine sector as part of a wider evaluation of the measures in the Common Agricultural Policy due to be applied to the EU wine sector.
The CCRI undertook this two-year study for Defra, together with Fera and the Centre for Rural Policy Research (University of Exeter).