Next week, the Annual Conference of The Agricultural Economics Society will be held online on 29th & 30th March. Three researchers from the CCRI will be participating in a variety of roles.
CCRI’s researchers Bryonny Goodwin-Hawkins and Amr Khafagy will be convening a NICRE-themed special session at the Regional Studies Association’s ‘Regions in Recovery’ online conference in June.
CCRI researchers Julie Ingram and Chris Short, together with Kenny Lynch from SNSS with support from CCRI placement student Ella Rowe, successfully ran an online conference for University of Gloucestershire researchers on 16th December.
Later this week, CCRI’s Dr Dan Keech and Associate Prof. Matt Reed will be co-hosting a session at the online URP2020 conference.
Dan Keech and Matt Reed will be hosting a session at the forthcoming on-line conference ‘Urban-Rural Partnerships 2020’, on 25-27th November.
Presenting results from the ROBUST project, CCRI’s Dan Keech will attend the 10th Global ESP conference in Hanover, which takes place from 21st-25th October.
Next month, CCRI’s Dan Keech will be participating in the ‘Er Indoors conference with regular collaborator Professor Marc Redepenning from Otto-Friedrich Univeristy in Bamberg. The conference takes place at The Univeristy of Warwick’s Humanities Research Centre.
Later this week, the European Network of Soil Awareness will hold its sixth meeting in The Netherlands. CCRI’s Jane Mills has been invited as an expert to the event.
CCRI researcher Julie Ingram was joined by PhD Kamilla Skaalsveen last week at the Wageningen Soil Conference in the Netherlands.
Recent research conducted by CCRI concerning a new social survey of fishers has been published by Defra. Dr Julie Urquhart who led the research will present findings at the ICES conference in Gothenburg.