Sustainable adaptation of typical EU farming systems to climate change

AgriAdapt is a European project sponsored by the LIFE programme of the European Union.

It will demonstrate how sustainable adaptation measures can help livestock, arable and permanent crop farms become more climate resilient. It will also explore the other positive environmental benefits of these measures. Partners will develop actions in close collaboration with farmers, experts, administrations, agricultural schools and private entities in order to obtain transferrable results.

Project implementation is organized in accordance with the four main EU Climate Risk Regions: Southern Europe, Western Europe, Central Europe and Northern Europe.

LIFE AgriAdapt in Agroforum Mare Balticum

24-25 April, 2019 an international agricultural forum Agroforum Mare Balticum took place in Estonia. The ambition of the current year conference was to reflect agroecology as a concept from different angles. Agroforum is a good platform for three-level discussions...

AgriAdapt to be presented at the Nantes Food Forum on September 26th, 2019

Making better quality food accessible to everyone, building on existing initiatives, such is the ambition of the Nantes Food Forum (France). A third edition is envisioned for 2019, where the needs for climate change adaptation will be discussed, under the auspices of...

Arable farming workshop on the pilotfarm Alexander Kern

Improving soil structure is one of the most important adaptation measures to maintain yields at a stable level even in times of climate change. This was the topic of the workshop within the EU LIFE project AgriAdapt, which took place on the farm of the participating...

LIFE AgriAdapt in Local CONAMA 2019

During the Local National Environmental Congress in Spain (Local CONAMA 2019), the results of the LIFE AgriAdapt Project were shown in a session called “Agriculture: towards a higher efficiency in the use of resources”, celebrated the 2nd of April 2019 in Toledo. In...

Taking care of soil and its organic matter, the key for adaptation of vineyards to climate change

To identify the possible measures for vineyards to adapt to the risks of climate change, taking into consideration the specific area or region where that vineyard is located, is the basis of the discussion which took place in WineBiodiversity. This event was held last...

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