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.

Scientific-Practical Conference “Agriculture in a Changing Climate”

On November 27, 2019, the Estonian University of Life Sciences will host a transnational conference “Agriculture in a Changing Climate” in Tartu. Conference will focus on the challanges of climate change on agricultural sector in the Nordic-Baltic countries and...

INVITATION: The challenge of climate change – How can agriculture adapt sustainably?

INVITATION: The challenge of climate change - How can agriculture adapt sustainably? International symposium for Central and Eastern Europe Climate change is one of the world's most important challenges of our time, which agriculture also has to face. On the one...

Workshop „Climate change and its consequences”

On 25th Sept 2019 a workshop on "Climate change and its consequences" took place in Hohenems, Vorarlberg (A) organised by the Lake of Constance Academy. The participants came from different fields - agriculture, administration, agricultural technical school,...

AgriAdapt training pack to support VIVEA’s actions in terms of adaptation to climate change

VIVEA is the training insurance fund for farmers and has more than 590 900 contributors. It finances the training actions towards its contributors and defines a training development policy to meet the skills needs of the latter. Since a few years, climate change is a...

Young specialists from China visit AgriAdapt pilot farm at Lake Constance

20 young specialists from Chinese agriculture and food industry visited the LIFE AgriAdapt pilot farm Ziegler at Lake Constance. They learned about climate change and its effects on agriculture. In addition to the methodology and results of the climate change check,...

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