“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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Latest LIFT and related news

New #lifth2020 article!
Organic farming VS Conventional farming - case study of Dornelor Basin, Suceava county (Romania)
Authors: M. Rusu, E.Rusu, I. Bruma, V. Florian, M.A. Chitea
Read here👉 http://bit.ly/3j9D9m2

🧐What are the future research challenges in #agroecology transition? How Multi-actor Platforms can benefit of joint working to tackle societal challenges?
Read our latest project level policy briefs here ➡️https://bit.ly/3j0Llop
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How to nourish 10 billion sustainably? 🤔🤔
Look for the answer in @royalsociety policy brief about resilient food production in a time of climate change. Andrew Barnes from @SRUC (our WP2 leader) gave his expert input for the policy brief 👉http://bit.ly/3xIAP9j

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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