Agro-ecological Knowledge Hub

Resources

D2.1 - Adapted SES Framework for AEFS and Guidelines for Assessing Sustainability of Agricultural Systems in Europe (link to Zenodo)

D2.2 - Typology of AEFS and Practices in the EU and the Selection of Case Studies  (link to Zenodo)

D2.3 - Report on practice-validated SES framework for sustainability assessments of farming systms and recommendations for future applications (pdf)


D3.1 - Report on Environmental Economic and Social Performance of Current AEFS  (link to Zenodo)

D3.2 - Database on the Performance of Current AEFS (link to Zenodo)

D3.3 - Story Maps of the SES of the Case Studies (pdf)

D3.4 - Report on key barriers of AEFS in_Europe and co-constructed_strategies (pdf)

           D3.4 - Annex 1 Inventory barriers drivers (xlsx)

D3.5 - Assessment of sustainability trade-offs and synergies among agro-ecological practices at farm level (pdf)

D3.6 - Updated Story Maps on Lessons Learnt from each Case Study (pdf)


D4.1 - Report on methodological specification of the spatially-explicit modelling framework (pdf)

D4.2 - Report on Participatory Scenario Development of Agro-ecological Farming Systems (pdf)

D4.3 - Territorial Impacts and Lessons Learnt of the Diffusion of AEFS in the EU (pdf)


D5.1 - Inventory of Market and Policy Incentives Supporting AEFS (link to Zenodo)

D5.2 - Governance Networks Supporting AEFS (link to Zenodo)

           D5.2 - Annex: Case studies (link to Zenodo)

D5.3 - Report on participatory analysis of market and policy instruments for agro-ecological transition (pdf)

           D5.3 - Annex 1: Case study summaries (pdf)

           D5.3 - Annex 2: Policy and Market Instruments Database (xlsx)

D5.4 - Report on innovative market incentives and policy instruments favouring conversion pathways to AEFS (pdf)

           D5.4 - Annex 1: Case study summaries (pdf)


D6.1 - Report on the Prototype of the Spatially Explicit Interactive Online Tool and Functions (link to Zenodo)

D6.2 - Synthesis report of the integrated sustainability assessment (pdf)

D6.3 - Final spatially explicit interactive online tool (pdf)

D6.4 - Methodological briefs (pdf)

D6.5 - Issue briefs for practitioners and policy makers (pdf)


D7.1 - Guidelines for the Selection of Multi-Actor Platform (MAP) Members (link to Zenodo)

D7.2 - A Guide to Transdisciplinarity for Partners (link to Zenodo)

D7.3 - Report on the Assessment of Transdisciplinary Tools and Methods (pdf)


D8.3 - Interim Report on Communication, Dissemination and Impact of Project Activities (pdf)

D8.5 - Report on communication, dissemination and Impact (pdf)

I. Case studies on transitions in conventional and organic dairy systems

II. Case studies on initiating transitions in intensive arable and livestock systems

III. Case studies on transitions in Mediterranean perennial systems

IV: Case studies on transitions in mixed farming systems

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Project level briefs

The SESSIT tool focuses on the dilemma of sustainable food production and communicates agro-ecological solutions between farmers and with other people interested in food production. Read more and access the tool HERE.  
See all presentations and videos of the final conference on the event's page: https://uniseco-project.eu/final-conference

See all presentations and videos on the final conference event page: https://uniseco-project.eu/final-conference

 

2nd International Scientific Conference “Sustainable Bioeconomy Development 2021: Adaptation to Climate Change”:

SCAR Agroecology 2nd Project Slam, 10 May 2021:

European Regions for Smart Communities Future Lab session, 5 May 2021:

UNISECO session abstracts and presentation materials/abstracts presented at the AAG 2021:

Agroecological transitions in different geographic contexts 1: Governance and sustainability

Agroecological transitions in different geographic contexts 2: Governance and sustainability

  • Addressing barriers of agroecological transitions in European farming systems: Lessons and experiences from multi-actor engagement in 15 case studies - Gerald Schwarz*, Thuenen Institute of Farm Economics, Jaroslav Prazan, Institute of Agricultural Economics and Information, Johannes Carolus, Thuenen Institute of Farm Economics, Marta Mrnusík-Konečná, Institute of Agricultural Economics and Information, Jan Landert, FiBL, Francesco Vanni, CREA, Francesco Galioto, CREA, Oriana Gave, CREA, Davide Longhitano, CREA, Andrea Povellato, CREA, Letizia Rossignolo, CREA, Alexandra Smyrniotopoulou, Agricultural University of Athens, George Vlahos, Agricultural University of Athens, David Miller, James Hutton Institute, Fabrizio Albanito, University of Aberdeen, Carol Kyle, James Hutton Institute, Katherine N. Irvine, James Hutton Institute, Pete Smith, University of Aberdeen, Rainer Weisshaidinger, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Ruth Bartel-Kratochvil, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Alexander Hollaus, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Emmanuel Guisepelli, ISARA, Philippe Fleury, ISARA, Audrey Vincent, ISARA, Andis Zilans, Baltic Environmental Forum Latvia, Kristina Veidemane, Baltic Environmental Forum Latvia, Gražvydas Jegelevičius, Baltic Environmental Forum Lithuania, Elvyra Myškyté, Baltic Environmental Forum Lithuania, Justas Gulbinas, Baltic Environmental Forum Lithuania, Catherine Pfeifer, FiBL, Rebekka Frick, FiBL, Adrian Mueller, FiBL, Richard Bircher, FiBL, Katalin Balázs, Geonardo, Alfred Szilágyi, Geonardo, László Podmaniczky, Geonardo, Janne Helin, LUKE, David Huisman Dellago, LUKE, Jarkko Pyysiäinen, LUKE, Pasi Rikkonen, LUKE, Kajsa Resare Sahlin, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Elin Röös, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uxue Iragui Yoldi, Gestion Ambiental de Navarra, Alba Linares Quero, Gestion Ambiental de Navarra, Carlos Astrain Massa, Gestion Ambiental de Navarra, Mara Caracu, WWF Romania, Mihaela Fratila, WWF Romania, Jakub Kučera, Institute of Agricultural Economics and Information, Andrea Hrabalova, Bioinstitut, Daniel Monteleone, European Landowner Organisation, Alice Budniok, European Landowner Organisation - full presentation

Agroecological transitions in different geographic contexts 3: Governance and sustainability


UNISECO session abstracts and presentation materials/abstracts presented at the AAG 2019:

Agroecological Transitions in a Transatlantic Context (1): Concepts, typologies, barriers, drivers and sustainability performance

Agroecological Transitions in a Transatlantic Context (2): Concepts, typologies, barriers, drivers and sustainability performance

Agroecological Transitions in a Transatlantic Context (3): Concepts, typologies, barriers, drivers and sustainability performance


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Access all the videos on the Youtube channel of the project HERE.