“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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Improvement of interconnection between data availability, incentives and governance may be key for the future of eco-agriculture in the age of digitalisation and key step in order to facilitate the translation of better information into policy actions.


Many different factors affects uptake of eco-approaches; the complexity of this decision is⬆️over time & depending more and more on human and strategic factors rather than on technical issues. This contributes to⬆️differentiation among farms.
Read more:http://lift-h2020.eu/policy-brief/

Innovation is a key to escape strong trade-offs between environmental and economic sustainability; innovation needs to be more effective through systems approach linking incentives, innovation & education and by further linking innovation measures with sustainability objectives🌱

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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