This project estimated the values of woodland and forests in the East of England Region.
This project aimed to assess the impact of the Single Payment Scheme in England on the active graziers of common land.
This project evaluated upland farmers’ attitudes to the Uplands Entry Level Stewardship scheme which was introduced in July 2010.
This project explored different mechanisms for delivering co-ordinated agri-environmental schemes.
Sustainable flood memories and the development of community resilience to future flood risk: a comparative study of three recently flooded communities (ESRC award)
In November 2010, the Centre for the Study of Floods and Communities at the University of Gloucestershire, together with the CCRI, was awarded an ESRC award for research into sustainable flood memory.
The aim of this project was to carry out a longitudinal evaluation study into the impact of the SWUI over its duration (2009-2013).
The project aimed to survey current arts and humanities research and practice in the UK and Netherlands (NL) in relation to low-lying intertidal and littoral landscapes and the communities who live and work with them
The aim of the pilot was to develop a shared vision and an integrated strategic delivery plan (The Upper Thames Catchment Management Plan) to deliver a healthy, functioning river environment across the catchment.
WILD has, over two distinct phases aimed to bring about environmental improvements to rivers and other watercourses via a partnership approach.