Agroecology Europe is part of the AE4EU EU Project which will contribute to research and innovation on agroecology development through various strategic goals. Agroecology is emerging as a one-way path for the development of sustainable agricultural and food systems in Europe. However, despite considerable efforts, full implementation is still limited. This project will develop a blueprint for a European network of agroecological living labs, research infrastructure and other related players. Moreover, it will map local-, regional- and national-level innovations and initiatives in various European countries, providing an inclusive and precise overview of agroecology and facilitating the connection of funding schemes and policies. The project will also make recommendations for the improvement of funding for public and private agroecological research.
Agroecology Europe is part of the AGROMIX EU Project which is a research and innovation project that supports the transition towards resilient farming, efficient land use, and sustainable agricultural value chains in Europe. To do so, a team of 28 partners from across the region work with farmers and land managers to create practical tools that support farmers to transition from conventional agriculture towards agroforestry and mixed farming methods, and to generate policy recommendations that would support this transition.
Agroecology Europe is financially supported by the EU LIFE Program, the European Union’s financial instrument supporting environmental, nature conservation and climate action projects. For more information, please visit the dedicated EU Commission webpage.