The CCRI is currently working on the following projects funded by the EU research programmes, UK Government and others:

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Rural England: Local Perspectives on Community and Economy

Rural England: Local Perspectives on Community and Economy

A new project in conjunction with the University of Newcastle on rural community development....

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Completion of Farmsteads and Landscapes Statements for England’s National Character Areas

Completion of Farmsteads and Landscapes Statements for England’s National Character Areas

Peter Gaskell is undertaking this work for Historic England, which aims to complete and publish a baseline statement for England’s National Character Areas...

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Future of UK Treescapes

Future of UK Treescapes

The Future of UK Treescapes programme aims to advance understanding of the type and scale of woodland planting and forest establishment that will be needed in the UK ...

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Perennial Biomass Crops for Greenhouse Gas Removal

Perennial Biomass Crops for Greenhouse Gas Removal

The CCRI is participating in this UKRI funded project, led by Aberystwyth University, looking to develop biomass crops to absorb Greenhouse Gases and provide sustainable fuel sources....

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GOVOUT – Governing Transitions in the Norwegian Outfields

GOVOUT – Governing Transitions in the Norwegian Outfields

In January 2020 the CCRI were invited to join GOVOUT (Governing transitions in the Norwegian outfields: Between agrarian traditions, modern consumption and green industrialisation). The project is led by Dr Eirik Fuglestad from Ruralis and funded by the Research Council of Norway....

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Here Commons Everybody

Here Commons Everybody

Antony Lyons, former CCRI artist in residence commences a new creative project exploring, amongst other things, land, commons community and ecological reflections....

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Exploring Rural Vulnerability from a Public Utilities Perspective

Exploring Rural Vulnerability from a Public Utilities Perspective

In collaboration with Rural England, the Exploring Rural Vulnerability from a Public Utility Perspective project aims to offer valuable stand-alone insights to the lives of rural communities. ...

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A selection of completed research projects