“Improved integrated capacity and method to assess the sustainability of different agro-ecological approaches”
“Increases in productivity, delivery of public goods and job creation through improved agro-ecological approaches and market and policy incentives”
“Strengthened transdisciplinary research and integrated scientific support for relevant EU policies and priorities”
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LIFT Second Annual Newsletter available in 10 European languages

LIFT Second Annual Newsletter available in 10 European languages As the LIFT project is nearing ...
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LIFT Second annual newsletter is ready!

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AgriResearch Factsheet on ecological approaches and organic farming

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Deliverable D6.1. Legislation and political discourse about ecological farming

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The OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook will be published on 16 July 2020 at 11:00 (Paris time)
OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría and FAO Director General QU Dongyu will present the report and you can follow live (https://lnkd.in/dgauZVE)

Andreas Niedermayr from BOKU (Vienna) just presented at the organized session at the 9th @AIEAA conference among the twin #h2020 projects @lift_h2020 and @ProjectUniseco
Focus on the state of the art of agro-ecological practices in EU

RELATED EVENT: Conference Circular @WUR: Living within planetary boundaries (6-8 December 2021). Topics: Rethinking food and bio-based systems, Social organization in a circular bio-based society, Economic perspectives in the circular bio-based society, Governance of transitions.

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LIFT Consortium

From 1 January 2020, the coordinating partner of LIFT – INRA, has merged with IRSTEA to become INRAE – the French National Institute for Research on Agriculture, Food, and the Environment