A number of CCRI researchers are authors of a chapter in a new book entitled ‘Researching People and the Sea: Methodologies and Traditions’.
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 aim of this seminar is to share ideas and experiences from three different evaluation studies undertaken by CCRI in recent years.
Professor Clive Potter of Imperial College London and Dr Julie Urquhart of the University of Gloucestershire will be joint Ambassador for the Future of Treescapes project.
This presentation draws on recent experiences of undertaking co-design for the UK government across two projects: a feasibility study for a new social survey of fishers that is co-produced by policy makers, industry and researchers; and the co-design of criteria for low impact fishing with fisheries stakeholders to inform new fisheries policy and management strategies.
Phil Staddon and Dan Keech from CCRI and Professor Ok from Korea University are to guest edit a special issue of Cogent Environmental Science on the impacts of COVID-19 on the natural environment.
The summer period has been a successful time for CCRI researchers with five papers having been published or accepted for publication.
Dan Keech will travel to Sweden with Mick Ricketts from UWE to present at a workshop at Karlstad University taking place on 3rd March.
Julie Ingram joined a panel at the ADAS run YEN Yield Testing Message Lab and discussed trial results and summarised farmers’ experiences of being actively involved in the YEN Yield Testing project.
The “Changing Treescapes” (TREESCAPES) project, funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council launches on 1st February 2020. Find out more about this exciting new project which is being led by Julie Urquhart.