During 3 years, the consortium will be working side by side with farmers and compiling relevant quantitative and qualitative information. The information from different EU areas will then be compiled and analysed for better understanding the challenges of adapting to climate change in a EU scenario and will be communicated to decision-makers.


AgriAdapt will also address the stakeholders that are ultimately responsible for implementing the adaptation measures at farm level, the farming community, through capacity building structures for current farmers and for future farmers. Simple, realistic and demonstrative information on adaptation to climate change to the farming sector will be elaborated and integrated.  

Farming adaptation training pack

The “Farming Adaptation Training Pack” integrates simple, realistic, and demonstrative information on adaptation climate change to the farming sector. The aim is that current and future farmers will not receive information only about the environmental problem, but an overall vision of the relationship between adaptation to climate change and farm competitiveness, environmental synergies, regulations compliance, market opportunities, etc.

The “Farming Adaptation Training Pack” includes PowerPoint presentations and supporting word documents for teachers. In the following months this Training Pack will be updated with the project results, including: communication materials of the LIFE project, the main reference documents regarding Sustainable Farming Adaptation to Climate Change in Europe and study cases on pilot farms (short videos and documents).

The “Farming Adaptation Training Pack” will have a Creative Common License-Attribution-Share Alike (CC-BY-SA), this means that it enables free distribution, with the only condition of respecting the mention to the authors and the LIFE logo. Then, every user will have the right to share, use, and build upon this work.

The “Farming Adaptation Training Pack” is addressed to trainers. Nevertheless, if you are not a trainer and want to know about this issue, you can use these materials on your own.

Find more information about the farming adaptation training pack here.