Glyn is an experienced environmental economist who has worked on a range of environmental projects including evaluation of the Rural Development Programme.
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Glyn is an experienced environmental economist who has worked on a range of environmental projects including evaluation of the Rural Development Programme, projects on greenhouse gas mitigation methods in relation to the agriculture industry, and a number of projects on invasive species and tree health. Prior to his environmental work, Glyn worked in finance and micro and macro economics, which gives him a broad view of policy issues across voluntary, economic and regulatory schemes.
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Glyn is currently engaged in a number of projects relating to the social and economic impacts of plant and tree pests/diseases and sustainable intensification/mechanism options for agriculture. Glyn also is the Principle Investigator for the Institute for Agri-Food Research and Innovation, Newcastle University:
EUPHRESCO Chalara (2017/18): Project coordinator for EU/US project to assess ongoing research and scope for knowledge exchange
Newton-China PAFIC (2016-2019): Uptake of precision agriculture in China on family farms
EU H2020 (2017-2022): SolACE (Solutions for improving Agroecosystem and Crop Efficiency for water and nutrient use): Improving technology readiness levels through a multi-actor approach
Forestry Commission (2016-2017): Developing a plant health outbreak decision support framework. Principal Investigator
Defra (2014-2020): Future Proofing Plant Health. Lead for Work package 3 - Prevention
Drake, B., & Jones, G. (2017). Public value at risk from Phytophthora ramorum and Phytophthora kernoviae spread in England and Wales. Journal of Environmental Management, 191, pp136-144
Bate, A, Jones, G, Kleczkowski, A; MacLeod, A, Naylor, R, Timmis, J, Touza, J, White, P. (2016). Modelling the Impact and Control of an Infectious Disease in a Plant Nursery with Infected Plant Material Inputs. Ecological Modelling, 332 pp27-43
Dreschler, M, Touza, J., White, P., Jones, G. (2016). Agricultural landscape structure and invasive species: the cost-effective level of crop field clustering. Food Security, 8, 1, p111-121
MacLeod, A., Jones, G., Anderson, H., & Mumford, R. (2016). Plant health and food security, linking science, economics, policy and industry. Food Security, 8, 1, p17-25
Mills, P., Dehnen-Schmutz, K., Ilbery, B., Jeger, M., Jones, G., Little, R., MacLeod, A., Parker, S., Pautasso, M., Pietravelle, S., & Maye, D. (2011). Integrating natural and social science perspectives on plant disease risk, management and policy formulation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 12 July 2011 vol. 366 no. 1573 2035-2044
Jones, G.D. (2011). The Introduction of the Landfill Allowance Trading Scheme: Permits in a Public Sector Environment. In Permit Trading in Different Applications, Hansjürgens, B., Antes, R., Strunz, M. (eds). Routledge
Pautasso, M., Dehnen-Schmutz, K., Ilbery, B., Jeger, M., Jones, G., Little, R., MacLeod, A., Maye, D., Parker, S., Pietravelle, S., & Mills, P. (2011). Plant health challenges for a sustainable land use and rural economy. CAB Reviews, 7, No 63, 2012
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