DEV SITE




30 April 2018
Improving the sustainability of sheep farming

Workshop and business development meeting

2 May 2018
Intercropping in arable systems

Field lab meeting at Bockhanger Farms in Kent



18 April 2018
New technical guide on dock control

Combining the best methods for successful control

10 April 2018
Health and Harmony – will a Green Brexit deliver?

Make your voice heard in Defra consultation



12 April 2018
Transitions to Agroecological Systems: Farmers’ Experience

New report sheds light on how UK farming can meet the sustainability challenge

Dr. Stefano Orsini

Job title

Senior Researcher

Contact details

Email prefix: stefano.o (add suffix @organicresearchcentre.com)
Phone: +44 (0)1488 658298 - extn. 537

Academic qualifications

PhD: Orsini, S. (2012) On land management: landholders’ attitudes to land and farming in Valdera, Tuscany; PhD thesis, University of Pisa, Italy.

MSc in Agricultural Science, University of Pisa, Italy.

Main roles and responsibilities

Socio-economic team.

Currently involved in the following projects:

  • iSAGE – Innovation for Sustainable Sheep and Goat Production in Europe.
  • Distribution of the added value of the organic food chain.

Research interests

Rural development; agricultural and environmental policy evaluation; socio-economic analysis of the agricultural sector.

Selected publications

Sanders J, Gambelli D, Lernoud J, Orsini S, Padel S, Stolze M, Willer H, Zanoli R (2016) Distribution of the added value of the organic food chain. Thünen Institute of Farm Economics. Braunschweig.

Orsini S (2014) Explaining land management decisions to understand local landscape functions and change. Some insights from Tuscany. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 18 (8), 934-949.

Orsini S (2014) Landscape polarisation, hobby farmers, and a valuable hill in Tuscany: understanding landscape dynamics in a peri-urban context. Danish Journal of Geography, 113 (1), 53-64.