THE GLOBAL INITIATIVE NETWORK
Dr. Richard Byrne, Harper Adams Univeristy
With over 20 years experience of agricultural and rural development, I now focus my energy on food security and livelihood issues related to conflict, disaster and modern slavery. Combining agricultural and food industry knowledge with geo-political awareness I regularly contribute to the development of livelihood strategies within fragile environments.
- Byrne, R. (2018) The migrant labour shortage is already here, and agri-tech can’t yet fill the gap LSE Brexit Blog
- Byrne, R. (2017) The Durand Line Armed Conflict and the Environment Forthcoming
- Byrne, R. (2017) The relationship between agriculture, food and conflict Armed Conflict and the Environment Forthcoming
- Smith K, Byrne R (2017) Farm Crime in England and Wales: A Preliminary Scoping Study Examining Farmer Attitudes. International Journal of Rural Criminology 3: 191-223
- Byrne, R and Smith, K. (2016) Modern Slavery and Agricultural Production Systems Routledge International Handbook of Rural Criminology. Routledge International Handbook of Rural Criminology.
- Byrne, R. (2009) Agroterrorism, threats , preparedness and industry communication, Nuffield International
- Byrne, R (2007) Horizon scanning rural crime – agroterrorism an emerging threat to UK agriculture? International Journal of Rural Crime 1: 62-78