DELIVERABLES
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Deliverables of the project are documents describing the research process, results and conclusions, prepared at distinct stages of the project.

Public deliverables of the LIFT project will be available for download as soon as they are approved by the funding agency.

The download will be available from this section of the LIFT website, as well as from the Cordis website (please locate the “Results” link at https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/215945_en.html).

LIFT Project deliverables (according to due date) – the underlined ones are available for download:
 
31.08.2018D1.1. Review of the definition of the existing ecological approaches (type: public report, lead partner: SRUC)
  
31.10.2018 – D7.1. Website of the LIFT project (type: public website, lead partner: IRWiR PAN)
 
31.01.2019 – D7.2. First newsletter of the LIFT project (type: public newsletter, lead partner: IRWiR PAN)
 
30.04.2019 – D2.1. Conceptual framework for value chain decision making as regard ecological approaches (type: public report, lead partner: SLU)
 
31.08.2019 – D2.2. LIFT large scale farmer survey questionnaire (type: public report, lead partner: DEMETER)
 
31.08.2019 – D6.1. Legislation and political discourse about ecological farming (type: public report, lead partner: SLU)
 
31.01.2020 – D7.3. Second newsletter of the LIFT project (type: public newsletter, lead partner: IRWiR PAN)
 
29.02.2020 – D1.2. Interactions with stakeholders on farm typology (type: public report, lead partner: VetAgro Sup)
 
31.12.2020 – D4.1. Spatial dependencies in patterns of adoption at local and regional levels (type: public report, lead partner: UNIKENT)
 
31.01.2021 – D1.4. LIFT farm typology developed, tested and revised, and recommendations on data needs (type: public report, lead partner: JRC)
 
28.02.2021 – D7.4. Third newsletter of the LIFT project (type: public newsletter, lead partner: IRWiR PAN)
 
31.03.2021 – D2.3. Drivers of adoption of ecological approaches (type: public report, lead partner: SRUC)
 
31.03.2021 – D3.1. Farm technical-economic performance depending on the degree of ecological approaches (type: public report, lead partner: BOKU)
 
31.03.2021 – D3.2. Farmer private social performance depending on the degree of ecological approaches (type: public report, lead partner: VetAgro Sup)
 
31.03.2021 – D3.3. Farm environmental performance depending on the degree of ecological approaches (type: public report, lead partner: KU Leuven)
 
31.03.2021 – D3.4. Employment effect of ecological farming at the farm level (type: public report, lead partner: UNIKENT)
 
31.03.2021 – D4.2. Socio-economic impact of ecological agriculture at the territorial level (type: public report, lead partner: UNIKENT)
 
31.03.2021 – D4.3. Environmental impact of ecological agriculture at the territorial level (type: public report, lead partner: KU Leuven)
 
31.03.2021 – D6.2. Farm, farm-group and territorial level impact of policies on the adoption of ecological approaches and on the performance and sustainability of ecological agriculture (type: public report, lead partner: INRA)
 
31.03.2021 – D6.3. Innovative public and private measures to encourage the adoption of ecological approaches and enhance the performance and sustainability of ecological agriculture (type: public report, lead partner: INRA)
 
30.11.2021 – D5.1. Farm level sustainability of ecological farming (type: public report, lead partner: BOKU)
 
30.11.2021 – D5.2. Territorial sustainability of ecological farming (type: public report, lead partner: UNIKENT)
 
28.02.2022 – D5.3. Synergies between farm level, farm-group and territorial sustainability of ecological farming (type: public report, lead partner: KU Leuven)
 
30.04.2022 – D7.5. Fourth newsletter of the LIFT project (type: public newsletter, lead partner: IRWiR PAN)
 
30.04.2022 – D7.6. How to improve the adoption, performance and sustainability of ecological farming (type: public report, lead partner: INRA)
 
30.04.2022 – D7.7. Policy brief (type: public policy brief, lead partner: UNIBO)
 
30.04.2022 – D7.8. Course module on the adoption, performance and sustainability of ecological farming (type: public course module, lead partner: VetAgro Sup)