Located in Emilia, the InVite project investigates new technologies for reducing vineyard inputs and increasing viticulture resilience to climate change issues. In northwestern Italy, hillside non-irrigated vineyards are severely exposed to the impacts of drought and warming trends. In this context, the project team will test the efficacy of new water-retaining polymers (hydrogels) in preserving […]
RESCHEDULE: RESilient to Climate CHange Extremes MeDiterraneanAgricUltural Systems: LEveraging the Power of SoilHealth and Associated Microbiota
The main goal of RESCHEDULE is to develop science-based and locally-adapted solutions that improve the resilience of smallholder farms to climate change, with challenges including soil organic matter and nutrient depletion, desertification and erosion.
CHANGE-UP – Innovative agroecological APProaches to achieving resilience to climate CHANGE in Mediterranean countries
The overall objective of the CHANGE-UP project is to design innovative farming systems for the Mediterranean area to build resilience to climate change, while ensuring food security and stable farmer income.
Seqana, an EU-backed startup, is pioneering a fully remote Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification (MRV) system, revolutionizing soil organic carbon (SOC) measurement in agriculture.
The overall objective of the SUPER-G project is to co-develop sustainable permanent grassland systems and policies to optimize productivity, while supporting biodiversity and broader ecosystem provisioning.
The main objective of the project is to develop a new generation agent-based model (ABM) tool taking advantage of the latest progress in big data, AI algorithms and others, as a means to overcome challenges to improving policy design and socio-economic and environmental assessments.
The EU-funded TREES4CLIMA project will develop and test cost-effective methods to detect and classify agroforestry systems, facilitate carbon accounting and allow advanced environments for agroforestry-based climate finance.
The SWARM project aims to bring to the market the first collaborative electric agroecological equipment to provide an alternative to heavy thermal tractors that are responsible for soil compaction and significant CO2 emissions.
PestNu Field -testing and demonstration of digital and space based technologies with agro-ecological and organic practices in systemic innovation
The PestNu project aims to field-test and demonstrate digital and space-based technologies and agro-ecological and organic practices (AOP), under a systemic approach to reduce pesticides and fertilisers use, and loss of nutrients.