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Come study with us on our MSc in Agroecology and Food Security.
Dr. Frances Moore Lappé summarises on what she took from CAWR's 2nd annual Summer Garden Party.
Sowing Diversity = Harvesting Security, "in order that our seeds are not lost”
Watch Executive Director Professor Michel Pimbert introduce the centre, the main themes of research and why the work being carried out by the CAWR team is vital for the future.
The Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR) is driving innovative, transdisciplinary research on the understanding and development of resilient food and water systems internationally. Read more
Contact for erosion problems, fluvial dynamics, climate impacts on river flows, urban hydrology and water quality | Email: Damian.Lawler@coventry.ac.uk | Phone: +44 (0) 24 7765 1674
(KEEPFISH) is a Marie Curie RISE project that brings together an international team of biologists, engineers and interdisciplinary researchers. It is led by the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience at Coventry University.
This FP7 funded project assesses both the environmental and the socio-economic impacts of food chains.
Contact for agroecology, conservation biology, political ecology, food security and transdisciplinarity | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact for distribution and taxonomy of tropical tree species; organic agriculture; ecology and conservation, environmental impacts of short food supply chains; plant ecology; links between agriculture, nutrition and health; agrobiodiversity | Email: email@example.com | Phone: +44 (0) 24 7765 7043
Originality, significance and rigour are at the heart of our work and our contribution to economic, social, cultural, policy-influencing, or practice-enhancing research projects is substantial. We have developed two types of research centre that focus our investment and provide greater critical mass. Read more...
By Professor Sue Charlesworth - https://t.co/gj6zT7wN6E
'Audacious Veg' participatory video now available:https://t.co/2haimWYRLU. Using food as a revolutionary force to transform young people.
Dr Sara Burbi - CAWR Staff attends the SEAE conference this week: https://t.co/POGkbzlZbr
Sara is one of the guests at the inaugural debate
Carla Kay (CAWR PhD) presenting at the Belgian Agroecology Meeting 2016 - BAM2016 https://t.co/OYBUn62oC0 this week.
Coventry University is making its journey towards 2020 and our research strategy is designed to encourage and support excellence in research. Our team of leading academics has developed a significant portfolio of high-impact research, and we are gaining momentum as a world-class, innovative institution.