Managing Risks to Improve the Resilience of Arable Farming in the East of England

Authors Organisations
  • Mauro Vigani(Author)
    University of Gloucestershire
  • Julie Urquhart(Author)
    University of Gloucestershire
  • Damian Maye(Author)
    University of Gloucestershire
  • Pip Nicholas-Davies(Author)
  • Jasmine E. Black(Author)
    University of Gloucestershire
  • Amr Khafagy(Author)
    University of Gloucestershire
  • Robert Berry(Author)
    University of Gloucestershire
  • University Gloucestershire(Author)
    University of Gloucestershire
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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationResilient and Sustainable Farming Systems in Europe: Exploring Diversity and Pathways
EditorsMiranda P. M. Meuwissen, Peter H. Feindt, Alberto Garrido, Erik Mathijs, Bárbara Soriano, Julie Urquhart, Alisa Spiegel
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
PublisherCambridge University Press
Number of pages16
ISBN (Electronic)9781009093569
Publication statusPublished - 21 Apr 2022

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NameManaging Risks to Improve the Resilience of Arable farming in the East of England
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East of England is considered the “bread basket” of the UK, supplying domestic and global food markets but it is under pressures from policy, economic and environmental challenges. This chapter studies with a mixed-method approach the risks affecting the arable farming sector in the East of England, describing the role of knowledge networks and learning for resilience.