“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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New article has been published: "Farmer intentional pathways for net zero carbon: Exploring the lock-in effects of forestry and renewables" by A.P. Barnes, J. McMillan, L.-A. Sutherland, J. Hopkins, and S.G. Thomson. Land Use Policy Journal, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2021.105861.

The Annual Conference will be held on the 4th -6th April 2022, KULeuven. The call for papers is still open until 17th December - see https://www.aes.ac.uk/page.asp?ID=3. For the highlights, 👇

Results show mixed effects of subsidies on technical-economic performance on farms with a distinct degree of eco-approaches. It is adviced to create flexi-policy to adjust measures to region-specific framework conditions to ⬆️ farms' economic viability

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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