Allan Buckwell, Institute for European Environmental Policy – The possible effects of Brexit on our landscapes

Event date: 25 July, 2018

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Emeritus Professor Allan Buckwell, Senior Fellow, Institute for European Environmental Policy presented at the conference on The possible effects of Brexit on our landscapes.


Speaker Profile:

Allan-Buckwell-1-225x300.jpgEmeritus Professor Allan Buckwell

Institute for European Environmental Policy – Senior Fellow

  • Lecturer, Newcastle University 1970-84,
  • Professor of Agricultural Economics, Wye College, London, 1984-99,
  • Policy Director, Country Land and Business Association, 2000-11,
  • Senior Research Fellow, Institute for European Environmental Policy, 2012 – Research director at the RISE Foundation, Brussels 2012 –

Allan specialises in European rural and food policy, especially the CAP, trade, technology, environment and structural change in farming. His principal interest is balancing the food production and environmental land management roles of agriculture in Britain, Europe, and indeed, globally.

Current project: Where is the Safe Operating Space for EU Livestock? Previous projects indicating his interests: CAP beyond 2020 – thinking outside the box (2017); Nutrient Recovery and Reuse in EU agriculture (2015); Sustainable Intensification of EU Agriculture (2013), Public goods from Private Land (2009).