Dr Shogo Kudo, Yoshitaka Ohara and Professor Yoshitaka Kumagai, from the AkitaAgeLab in Japan, visited CCRI on 8th March and gave a short presentation to demonstrate a project which is addressing ageing society challenges in rural Japan.
Dr Nick James, who is a geographer and Associate Lecturer with the Open University, and Liz Child, a Human Ecology graduate and a local fresh food campaigner, are making a presentation on Thursday 16th February entitled ‘A Horticultural Belt for Stroud District’.
Dr Dan Marsh, who is visiting the CCRI from the University of Waikato, New Zealand, gave a presentation at the CCRI Seminar Series on Thursday, 2nd February. His presentation can now be viewed on YouTube.
Dr Dan Marsh, who is visiting the CCRI from the University of Waikato, New Zealand, is giving a presentation at the CCRI Seminar Series today (Thursday, 2nd February).
The CCRI has welcomed Camille Glasson, a French student from AgroSup Dijon, who has come to the CCRI for three months to work on the PEGASUS project.
On Thursday, 7th April, the CCRI is pleased to welcome Dr Morten Clemetsen from the University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway, who will be presenting “Current trends in integrated landscape protection, planning and management in Norway. The case of theNærøyfjorden UNESCO World Heritage Area”. CCRI seminars are free events and all are welcome to attend.
The CCRI is hosting a seminar on restorative land use on Thursday, 21st January. The seminar will be presented by Dr Jenneth Parker, who is the Research Director at the Schumacher Institute.
The first CCRI Seminar of 2016 takes place on Thursday 7th January, at the University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus (Room OX TC119).
On the 1 December, the CCRI will be welcoming researchers from the Institute of Agriculture Economics and Information and the Department of Rural Development in the Czech Republic.
The CCRI is delighted to be hosting Victor Ortiz-Rivera, who arrives from Mexico on 3 November to spend 2 weeks in the Institute.