The Cotswold Climathon took place at the end of September over two days at the Royal Agriculture University.
Following the unveiling of the first four projects funded under the third and final funding call of UK Treescapes, an additional fifth project has been welcomed into the fold.
Dr Alice Goodenough is part of a new project undertaking innovative research exploring whether the sounds of nature can influence the mental health and wellbeing of people in care homes.
Four new knowledge exchange projects receive a share of £500,000 to boost the impact of the Future of UK Treescapes Programme.
This research will build on previous work undertaken for the same funders, including work by CCRI which explored rural vulnerability from a public utilities’ perspective
The CCRI are currently involved in an on-going series of themed research projects under the DEFRA Research and Experimental Development (R&D) Framework.
This Defra funded project aims to evaluate the Farming in Protected Landscape programme (FiPL) in England’s 34 AONBs and 10 National Parks, in order to feed into programme design and implementation throughout the funded period (2021 – 2024) and inform future policy and practice.
Establishing the Influence of Nature Connectedness on Agri-Environment Scheme Uptake and Delivery in England
This work will test the psychological construct of Nature Connection and that of Relational Values with land managers
Catchment Systems Thinking Co-Operative (CaSTCo): Creating a framework for citizen science monitoring in the Western Rother and Arun
During this project, we will give thought to a full range of management approaches when considering how a citizen science monitoring framework could contribute to Integrated Catchment Management.