Videos

Vineyards and climate change in the European southern region

Which are the main climatic impacts vineyards have been experiencing in the recent past? How are they going to evolve in the near future? Is there any way vineyards can adapt to these changes? These questions will be answered in the video, in which Jordi Domingo (Fundación Global Nature) talks about the results of the LIFE AgriAdapt project. Just one clue, living soils seem to be the key!

Citrus fruit trees and climate change in the European southern region

How will climate change affect citrus fruit trees in the near future? Which are the most interesting sustainable adaptation measures subject to be implemented? These questions will be answered in the video, in which Jordi Domingo (Fundación Global Nature) talks about the results of the LIFE AgriAdapt project. Just one clue, soil management seems to be the key!

LIFE AgriAdapt Final Conference – Adaptation of the southern region to climate change

After four years of work, Fundación Global Nature presented the results of the LIFE AgriAdapt project for the Southern Region during a conference organized in Madrid on the 21st January 2020. More than 90 professionals attended this event, and some of them shared their opinion on adaptation, which are compiled in this video.

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.

In this video, you can access the full presentation with the following contents:

  • Short presentation of the LIFE AgriAdapt Project
  • Results of the final vulnerability assessment of 126 pilot farmsacross Europe
  • General Proposals per Farming Systemfor sustainable adaptation to climate change
  • Increasing farmer´s adaption competence: the Adaptation Training Packand LIFE AgriAdapt Webtool for Adaptation (AWA)
  • Key adaptation components

Experiences of an arable farm with climate change

Climate change is leading to a more frequent occurrence of longer periods of drought on the one hand, and to increased extreme precipitation on the other. The manager of the farm “Gräflich von Wisersche Gutsverwaltung” explains which sustainable adaptation measures are being implemented to counteract these extreme weather conditions.

LIFE AgriAdapt: Let’s have a look at SCEA Arc-en-ciel

Michel CHAMBRILLON shows us his farm and how he adapted his practices to become more resilient to climate change.

Climate change is challenging agriculture

The effects of climate change can be felt in the different farming systems: arable crops, livestock and permanent crops (here orchards). In this video some managers of the pilot farms in Germany give an insight into the main challenges they face due to climate change.

Apple cultivation in the Lake Constance region in times of climate change

In this video, a German pilot farm of the LIFE project LIFE AgriAdapt explains the impacts of climate change on fruit growing and the sustainable adaptation measures he is taking to reduce his farm´s vulnerability to climate change.

LIFE AgriAdapt: let’s analyse Bellegarde exploitation

Serge Touzanne shows us his farm: Bellegarde exploitation. Nicolas Metayer, engineer in Solagro, tells us more about previous and future climate changes that will impact this farm.

Dehesas and climate change: holistic management of pastures

In this video, two pilot farms in Spain working with livestock and involved in the LIFE AgriAdapt project explain the problems related to climate change that “dehesas” are facing, as well as the role of the holistic management of pastures tackling this vulnerability to climate change.

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LIFE AgriAdapt in the congress “CAP`s Green Architecture – Post 2020. Deepening in eco-schemes”

On April the 30th 2019, the agrarian TV program “Agrosfera” (broadcast on RTVE) carried out an interview about the LIFE AgriAdapt project due to the presentation of the sustainable measures and recommendations for adaptation to climate change in the congress “CAP`s Green Architecture – Post 2020. Deepening in eco-schemes”, organized by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.

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TV Report about WineBiodiversity 
Last 14th of March 2019, local television news in Castile-La Mancha from Spain Radio and Television (RTVE), published a report about WineBiodiversity, a session organized in the frame of the LIFE AgriAdapt project in Albacete (Spain) to discuss about adaptation of the wine sector to climate change.

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Climate change: how can agriculture adapt?

In this short video, only available in French, 5 French experts explain how farmers can make their farms more resilient to climate change. We thank Sylvain Doublet (Solagro), Patrick Josse (Météo France), Matthieu Killmayer (Arvalis), Jean-Marc Touzard (INRA) and Jean-Christophe Moreau (IDELE) for their insights!

Grapes in Estonia

 

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Farms and forests confront climate change in the Mediterranean

Representatives from LIFE projects converged on Madrid, Spain, on 13-14 March to discuss the impact of rising temperatures on agriculture and forestry in the Mediterranean. The two-day platform meeting drew on expertise from LIFE projects, EU policy makers, local authorities and stakeholders in the agro-forest sector to tackle the impact of climate change in an area notoriously exposed to its effects.

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News about the Baseline Report of LIFE AgriAdapt in RTVE

On September 28th, 2017, Castilla La Mancha’s regional TV news service published a report on the publication of LIFE AgriAdapt Baseline Report and its main conclusions for the Southern Region.

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Interview with Vanessa Sánchez on LIFE AgriAdapt in the channel of the agri-food sector: qcom.es

On September 11th, 2017 the channel of the agri-food sector “qcom.es” published an interview with Vanessa Sánchez, project coordinator of Fundación Global Nature, on the LIFE AgriAdapt project on the following theme: “Climate change and agri-food sector, looking for solutions”

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Europea Radio – 06/04/2017

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