“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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Read article of Florian V. & Rosu E. on #ecologicalfarming - rural realities, socio-ecological arguments and comments. The paper investigate the relationship between #ecology and #sociology, in a sustainable #agricultural matrix.

#lifth2020 #reserach

Curious about #lifth2020 questionnaire?

It aims at collecting information that is not available in existing data sources and concerns primarily ecological farming practices.

See what LIFT needs to know at http://bit.ly/3gvBSlK

Which farm characteristics impact farmer’s decision to uptake #ecological approaches in #farming?

According to the findings these are the structural characteristics, managerial features, farm family characteristics, spatial factors.

Read more at http://bit.ly/37O5iHY

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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