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.

El proyecto LIFE AgriAdapt ofrece a los agricultores y ganaderos herramientas para combatir el cambio climático

Sorry, this entry is only available in Estonian. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Los eventos meteorológicos extremos son, junto al aumento de...

Copernicus: European State of the Climate

Copernicus, the European Union’s earth observation programme, helps to understand how our planet and its climate are changing, the role played by human activities in these changes and how these will influence our daily lives. The Copernicus programme is...

Save the date, 15th October 2018

On the 15th of October, the AgriAdapt project partners are holding a technical meeting in Brussels to present first project results on European level. The meeting will take place from 2:00 – 5:00 pm at Science14 (14b Rue de la Science, 1040, Brussels). The...

SEVERAL DEMONSTRATIVE WORKSHOPS WERE HELD IN ESTONIA

In Estonia several demonstrative workshops were organised during the summer. First workshop was held at the end of June in one of the AgriAdapt pilot farms where many different crops and varieties were presented. Participants had a very good opportunity to...

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