Janet Dwyer

IEEP Associate

Specialist Subjects:

landscape management, protection of the cultural heritage, sustainable agriculture and rural development


Dr Janet Dwyer is a Reader in Rural Studies in the Countryside and Community Research Unit (CCRU). She previously worked for four years as a Senior Fellow at the IEEP. Janet's main research interests are in policies for sustainable agriculture and rural development, including mechanisms for effective nature conservation, landscape management and the protection of the cultural heritage. She has authored a large number of topical research reports for a variety of public and voluntary sector sponsors including work on the second pillar of the CAP, trade and the environment, diffuse pollution from agriculture and funding options for the management of Natura 2000 sites. She has served as a specialist adviser to Parliamentary inquiries on hedgerows and biodiversity, and CAP reform, and has presented at several major European conferences.

IEEP Publications & Articles by Janet DwyerDate