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List of Current Projects

The Social, Economic and Geographical Sciences group are involved in a wide range of research projects.

MAGIC “Moving Towards Adaptive Governance in Complexity: Informing Nexus Security" - (Active Project)
Social Innovation in Marginalised Rural Areas (SIMRA) - (Active Project)
Exploring how to integrate goals for water management - (Active Project)
SALSA – Small farms, small food businesses and sustainable food and nutrition security - (Active Project)
PLAID Peer-to-peer Learning: Accessing Innovation through Demonstration - (Active Project)
Communities and Wellbeing: Local Assets, Local Decisions and Community Resilience - (Active Project)
Balancing multiple goals in natural resource management - (Active Project)
Demographic change in remote areas - (Active Project)
Monitoring and Evaluation for Ecosystem Management (MEEM) - Comparing theory and practice across Europe - (Active Project)
NEWBIE - New Entrant netWork: Business models for Innovation, entrepreneurship and resilience in European agriculture (2018-2021) - (Active Project)
NEFERTITI: Networking European Farms to Enhance Cross Fertilisation and Innovation Uptake through Demonstration (2018-2021) - (Active Project)
AgriLink - Connecting farmers, advisers and researchers for productive and sustainable agriculture - (Active Project)
UnderStory - Storying woodland use, management and expansion in the Cairngorms - (Active Project)
Place-based policy and implications for policy and service delivery - (Active Project)
ESPON ESCAPE - European Shrinking Rural Areas: Challenges, Actions and Perspectives for Territorial Governance - (Active Project)
Learning and Change Through Monitor Farms - (Active Project)
NEWBIE - Background - (Active Project)
NEWBIE - New Entrant netWork - Events - (Active Project)
The Newbie Award - (Active Project)
Newbie UK Case Studies - (Active Project)

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The James Hutton Research Institute is the result of the merger in April 2011 of MLURI and SCRI. This merger formed a new powerhouse for research into food, land use, and climate change.