Report on the impacts, effectiveness and efficiency of RDP expenditure.
SOFIA (Situated Learning Opportunities (SLOs) fostered by ICT applications in Alternative Agro-Food Networks )
Completed in February 2018, SOFIA created a Smartphone app called 'MiLarder' to help people access local food.
SUS-CHAIN – Marketing sustainable agriculture: an analysis of the potential role of new food supply chains in sustainable rural development
Dr James Kirwan, together with Bill Slee and Carolyn Foster (both formerly of the CCRI), completed an analysis of the potential role of new food supply chains in sustainable rural development during the period 2003 to 2006, as part of…
Social research project conducting primary research with animal keepers and vets to provide evidence on the impact of current exotic disease compensation policy on animal keeper behaviour.
The overall aim of SoilCare was to identify and evaluate promising soil-improving cropping systems and agronomic techniques that increase the profitability and sustainability of agriculture across Europe.
CCRI has been working with Stroud District Council to tackle floods and help wildlife on the streams of the Stroud valleys.
In November 2014, the CCRI won a new research project to explore the current state of Exmoor farming and analyse how it may change in the future.
The purpose of SUFISA was to identify sustainable practices and policies in the agricultural, fish and food sectors.
The project, which completed in February 2018, investigated the provision of public goods and ecosystem services from agriculture and forestry, aiming to unlock the synergies between economic and environmental benefits for society.