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).
The Campaign for the Farmed Environment: evaluation of partnership, local and wider impacts (March to September 2012)
An evaluation of the Campaign for the Farmed Environment (CFE) was undertaken during the period March – September 2012.
This project, for the Oxfordshire Partnership involved an analysis of recent community led plans across the county as a contribution to the development of the evidence base for the county’s Sustainable Community Strategy.
This project sought to examine and document the impacts of the seven-year ERDP upon the economy, society and environment of rural England
This study examined the role of community-led planning in its widest sense, in empowering communities and also in influencing strategic thinking.