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.
Working together for the future of agriculture
Joining forces is key in European research. This allows us to investigate deeper and achieve results faster. The last workshop brought together three sister projects in the common challenge towards agri-environment schemes
Financing agriculture to destroy biodiversity: the subsidies paradox
One out of four animal and plant species is threatened, and 1 million face extinction. The UN warns of a “biodiversity apocalypse,” but experts say: “We spend much more financing the destruction of nature, than conserving it.” Discover the “subsidies paradox” and how some pilot experiences are trying to reverse the trend