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.

Webinar “Developing a comprehensive response to climate Change for EU Farming Systems”

On 16th of March 2020, the LIFE AgriAdapt project team presented their results and recommendations from 126 pilot farms in Europe and a new innovative webtool to increase farmer’s adaptation competence. You can download now the webinar presentation with the...

AgriAdapt to the annual technical beekeepers meetings of Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes

The fourth edition of technical beekeeping meetings organized by ADA AURA on February 17 and 18, 2020 in Marcoux (42) brought together more than 80 professional beekeepers who came to take stock of the environmental footprint of beekeeping holdings. For the second...

More insight into climate change – How vulnerable is the organic sector?

With this question the Lake Constance Foundation invited representatives from organic processing and organic trade to a panel discussion at the Biofach 2020 in Nuremberg. In an introductory presentation, Andreas Ziermann, a member of the Lake Constance Foundation's...

Climate in the North predicates the adaptation

Rising concerns about climate change and its effects to Nordic agricultural practices were discussed in a scientific practical conference „Agriculture in changing climate” in Tartu. The event created a platform for knowledge transfer between agricultural...

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