Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience
CAWR's short course is designed to develop participants’ knowledge of how we can apply psychological concepts and theory to facilitate more sustainable human relationships with the natural world.
Researchers from CAWR are repurposing plastic and delivering plant based alternatives for mulch, peat and animal bi-products in organic farming. Organic-PLUS aims to remove harmful substances in soil and ultimately organic farming. Read more in Innovate magazine.
CAWR is adapting and responding to the challenges of Covid-19, both in how we conduct our research and the topics we focus on
Coventry University’s Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR) has been awarded €7 million in research funding to carry out an international project on agroforestry and mixed farming within the European Union (EU)’s Horizon 2020 programme.
Watch Executive Director Dr 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.