This social science study aimed to assess the level of farmer confidence in the use of vaccination before, during and after vaccine deployment, and was part of the Government’s Bovine TB Badger Vaccine Deployment Project (BVDP). The research aimed to…
Methodology for assessing the environmental, economic and social characteristics of (organic and non-organic) farming systems
This project aimed to describe the range of current UK farming systems and develop a methodology to characterise their distinctive environmental, economic and social characteristics.
This project evaluated the Local Food Programme and ran from 2009 until 2014.
SOLINSA – Agricultural knowledge systems in transition: Towards a more effective and efficient Support of Learning and Innovation Networks for Sustainable Agriculture
The overall objective of the SOLINSA project was to identify effective and efficient approaches for the support of innovation for sustainable agriculture and rural development.
This research investigated the relationship between the CAP and farmland biodiversity.
The overarching aim of SmartSOIL was to contribute to reversing the current degradation trend of European agricultural soils by improving soil carbon management in soils of arable and mixed farming systems covering intensive to low-input and organic farming systems.
This Defra funded project reviewed evidence and provided a summary of outputs relevant to the development of new agri-environment schemes.
GLAMUR is the EU 7th Framework Programme acronym for a research project whose full title is “Global and Local food chain Assessment: a MUltidimensional performance-based approach”.
The CCRI was one of several European partners researching into good practice in food production and consumption in urban areas as part of a major European Commission food project, Supurbfood which ran from 2012 to 2015.