Prof. Paul Courtney and Leonie Burton, University of Gloucestershire Going the Extra Mile (GEM) is a 5-year ESF / Lottery funded Employment Inclusivity programme in Gloucestershire which to date has enabled over 700 people from diverse backgrounds to get closer to employment, training and education. The success of GEM is equally reflected in that of its on-going Monitoring and Evaluation, which through a range of methods has tracked the outcomes and informed the process and management of the programme since its inception in 2016. The seminar will take place in room HC-207 Seminar Room, FCH campus.
On November 29th, Janet Dwyer and Chris Short facilitated a GFirst LEP sponsored event at the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester.
Chris Short is lead author on a newly published paper linked to his work on Natural Flood Management in the Stroud valleys.
Doug Hulyer, Chair of the Gloucestershire Local Nature Partnership, was interviewed by BBC Radio Gloucestershire following a symposium at the University of Gloucestershire on Friday 26th October
The CCRI and the University of Gloucestershire are signing a pledge, along with other Gloucestershire organisations, to commit to making Gloucestershire a pioneer of green infrastructure, creating a better, more attractive place to live, work and visit, as well as becoming an exemplar for the rest of the country #glosnature
CCRI researchers Damian Maye, Matt Reed and Dan Keech attended the 3rd project partnership meeting of ROBUST in Slovenia’s capital, Ljubljana between 1st – 4th October 2018
The EU funded ROBUST project has issued an infographic leaflet which is available to download
Janet Dwyer and Dan Keech are involved in the Urban Futures 3 Conference, which is taking place at the University of Gloucestershire’s Park Campus on 21st and 22nd June.
CCRI student, Kate Smith, has successfully completed her MSc by Research degree, which involved evaluating the use of 3D landscape visualisation technology (Google Earth) for enhancing and improving participation in Natural Flood Management
More than 125 people attended a ‘Growing the Future’ rural policy workshop, held at the University of Gloucestershire, which revealed that British farmers get only 4.5% from all UK food sales and declared that ‘Brexit is happening now, not in the future’.