Nine innovation cases conducted in different economic, social and legal contexts are used to empirically test the effectiveness of the new contractual frameworks. They are co-designed and developed with local stakeholders, in order to reconcile farmers’ activities with the achievement of public benefits for the entire society.
Long-term effect of different management regimes on the survival and population structure of Gladiolus imbricatus in Estonian coastal meadows
Challenges and opportunities of coastal meadow restoration in a long-term, multi- target approach
Habitat and host specificity of epiphytic lichens in a rural landscape: cultural heritage habitats as refugia
The green desert created by the timber forest management is a threat for epiphytes biodiversity that may be partially overcome by exploiting cultural heritage habitats in rural landscapes
Nature Based Solutions for Climate Adaptation – Paying Farmers for Flood Control
Streams and rivers break their banks more and more often due to climate change, endangering the people who live in flood risk areas. A system of scheduled flooding of the fields around towns in these areas may be a solution, but do farmers agree?