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2410LegumES - Valorising and balancing the ecosystem service benefits offered by legumes, and legume-based cropped systemsLegumES - Valorising and balancing the ecosystem service benefits offered by legumes, and legume-based cropped systems01.01.2024 00:00:0031.12.2027 00:00:00laufendcurrentProgrammbereich 2 „Landnutzung und Governance“Research Area 2 „Land Use and Governance“x4x16xReckling, Moritzx1364x<div class='ntm_PB2'>PB2</div>  2024 LegumES - Valorising and balancing the ecosystem service benefits offered by legumes, and legume-based cropped systems LegumES - Valorising and balancing the ecosystem service benefits offered by legumes, and legume-based cropped systems Programmbereich 2 „Landnutzung und Governance“ Reckling, Moritz Drittmittel Research Area 2 „Land Use and Governance“ current laufend <div class="ExternalClassBEC1A4A87D61457D92A63EA37EAE5567">​The legumES will ensure&#58; 1, the uptake of best practices in agrobiodiverse legume-based cropped systems; 2, the uptake of methodologies and tools to quantify and balance the environmental and economic ecosystem service (ES) benefits provided by legumes; 3, that the ES benefits and cost offered by legumes are quantified across scales from field, farm, regional, national, and global levels; and 4, ES will be assessed to identify those conditions which are able to meet the EU targets&#58; to decrease agrichemical inputs and losses, combat climate change, reverse biodiversity loss, and ensure the best nutritional provisioning. To achieve this, legumES offers a multidisciplinary consortium comprising 22 partners from 12 EU- and third countries (UK, CH) and including&#58; 7, academic institutions; 6, Research and Technology Organizations; 5, SMEs (or micro-SMEs); 2, non-governmental organisations; and 2, large commercial companies. The individuals comprising legumES offer skills which include&#58; agricultural-crop and -environment (ES) monitoring, life cycle assessment, economic- and socioeconomic-modelling, social-science, EU-agricultural and environmental policy, and law, plus decision support systems. The legumES research and innovation strategy centres on the use of a multiactor action-research approach, that is, where legume-facing stakeholders, and especially producers though all value chains actors, can ‘operate’, ‘collaborate’ and, reflect critically’ on the measured ES benefits and costs of legume-based cropped systems, including legumes use in marginal lands; so that an optimal balance of ES can be achieved with success locally, and globally. To help achieve this LegumES also centres activities on a suite of 25 innovative legume-based Pilot Studies which use a wide range of legume species and types, plus different cropping approaches and linked value chains spanning the pedoclimatic regions of Europe.<br></div> <div class="ExternalClassE7147B1A9EC549859958E06E205CF5C6">​The legumES will ensure&#58; 1, the uptake of best practices in agrobiodiverse legume-based cropped systems; 2, the uptake of methodologies and tools to quantify and balance the environmental and economic ecosystem service (ES) benefits provided by legumes; 3, that the ES benefits and cost offered by legumes are quantified across scales from field, farm, regional, national, and global levels; and 4, ES will be assessed to identify those conditions which are able to meet the EU targets&#58; to decrease agrichemical inputs and losses, combat climate change, reverse biodiversity loss, and ensure the best nutritional provisioning. To achieve this, legumES offers a multidisciplinary consortium comprising 22 partners from 12 EU- and third countries (UK, CH) and including&#58; 7, academic institutions; 6, Research and Technology Organizations; 5, SMEs (or micro-SMEs); 2, non-governmental organisations; and 2, large commercial companies. The individuals comprising legumES offer skills which include&#58; agricultural-crop and -environment (ES) monitoring, life cycle assessment, economic- and socioeconomic-modelling, social-science, EU-agricultural and environmental policy, and law, plus decision support systems. The legumES research and innovation strategy centres on the use of a multiactor action-research approach, that is, where legume-facing stakeholders, and especially producers though all value chains actors, can ‘operate’, ‘collaborate’ and, reflect critically’ on the measured ES benefits and costs of legume-based cropped systems, including legumes use in marginal lands; so that an optimal balance of ES can be achieved with success locally, and globally. To help achieve this LegumES also centres activities on a suite of 25 innovative legume-based Pilot Studies which use a wide range of legume species and types, plus different cropping approaches and linked value chains spanning the pedoclimatic regions of Europe.​<br></div> LegumES <div class="ExternalClassE0FFF587-C329-4DEA-AA0D-3AEC15F3C0DB"></div> <div class="ExternalClassCDCFA843-EE58-483A-A719-ACE89F5280D6"><ul><li>AgFutura Technologii Dooel Skopje (AGFT), Nordmazedonien</li><li>Agri Kulti Nonprofit Korlatolt Felelossegu Tarsasag (AgKU), Ungarn</li><li>Alfred-Wegener-Institut, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung (AWI)</li><li>ARCADIA International Geie (ARC), Belgien</li><li>Asociación Aprisco de Las Corchuelas (APRI), Spanien</li><li>Creative Minds-Solucoes Globais Decomunicacao Marketing E Gestao Lda (CM), Portugal</li><li>Deutsches Institut für Lebensmitteltechnik (DIL) e.V.</li><li>Eidgenössisches Departement für Wirtschaft, Bildung und Forschung (WBF), Schweiz</li><li>ESSRG Nonprofit Kft, Ungarn</li><li>Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau (FiBL), Schweiz</li><li>Inovacijsko Tehnoloski Grozd Murska Sobota (ITC), Slowenien</li><li>Institut "Jožef Stefan" (IJS), Slowenien</li><li>Potsdam-Institut für Klimafolgenforschung (PIK) e.V.</li><li>RSK ADAS Ltd. (ADAS), Vereinigtes Königreich</li><li>SEGES Innovation P/S (SEGES), Dänemark</li><li>SOLINTAGRO SL (SOL), Spanien</li><li>Terres Inovia (TI), Frankreich</li><li>The James Hutton Institute (JHI), Vereinigtes Königreich</li><li>Universidade Católica Portuguesa (UCP), Portugal</li><li>Universidade de Aveiro (UAvr), Portugal</li><li>Universita Degli Studi di Perugia (UniPG), Italien</li></ul></div> <div class="ExternalClassC05D249D-AC6A-44A9-9F9D-BA39E82C6F0A"></div> <div class="ExternalClassB428FAFC-FBDF-4559-A3AF-5FA8B591587D"><ul><li>Europäische Union</li></ul></div> <div class="ExternalClass3FC8F481-CA93-46AA-8888-2FD89D476938"></div><div class="ExternalClassBEC1A4A87D61457D92A63EA37EAE5567">​The legumES will ensure&#58; 1, the uptake of best practices in agrobiodiverse legume-based cropped systems; 2, the uptake of methodologies and tools to quantify and balance the environmental and economic ecosystem service (ES) benefits provided by legumes; 3, that the ES benefits and cost offered by legumes are quantified across scales from field, farm, regional, national, and global levels; and 4, ES will be assessed to identify those conditions which are able to meet the EU targets&#58; to decrease agrichemical inputs and losses, combat climate change, reverse biodiversity loss, and ensure the best nutritional provisioning. To achieve this, legumES offers a multidisciplinary consortium comprising 22 partners from 12 EU- and third countries (UK, CH) and including&#58; 7, academic institutions; 6, Research and Technology Organizations; 5, SMEs (or micro-SMEs); 2, non-governmental organisations; and 2, large commercial companies. The individuals comprising legumES offer skills which include&#58; agricultural-crop and -environment (ES) monitoring, life cycle assessment, economic- and socioeconomic-modelling, social-science, EU-agricultural and environmental policy, and law, plus decision support systems. The legumES research and innovation strategy centres on the use of a multiactor action-research approach, that is, where legume-facing stakeholders, and especially producers though all value chains actors, can ‘operate’, ‘collaborate’ and, reflect critically’ on the measured ES benefits and costs of legume-based cropped systems, including legumes use in marginal lands; so that an optimal balance of ES can be achieved with success locally, and globally. To help achieve this LegumES also centres activities on a suite of 25 innovative legume-based Pilot Studies which use a wide range of legume species and types, plus different cropping approaches and linked value chains spanning the pedoclimatic regions of Europe.<br></div><div class="ExternalClassE7147B1A9EC549859958E06E205CF5C6">​The legumES will ensure&#58; 1, the uptake of best practices in agrobiodiverse legume-based cropped systems; 2, the uptake of methodologies and tools to quantify and balance the environmental and economic ecosystem service (ES) benefits provided by legumes; 3, that the ES benefits and cost offered by legumes are quantified across scales from field, farm, regional, national, and global levels; and 4, ES will be assessed to identify those conditions which are able to meet the EU targets&#58; to decrease agrichemical inputs and losses, combat climate change, reverse biodiversity loss, and ensure the best nutritional provisioning. To achieve this, legumES offers a multidisciplinary consortium comprising 22 partners from 12 EU- and third countries (UK, CH) and including&#58; 7, academic institutions; 6, Research and Technology Organizations; 5, SMEs (or micro-SMEs); 2, non-governmental organisations; and 2, large commercial companies. The individuals comprising legumES offer skills which include&#58; agricultural-crop and -environment (ES) monitoring, life cycle assessment, economic- and socioeconomic-modelling, social-science, EU-agricultural and environmental policy, and law, plus decision support systems. The legumES research and innovation strategy centres on the use of a multiactor action-research approach, that is, where legume-facing stakeholders, and especially producers though all value chains actors, can ‘operate’, ‘collaborate’ and, reflect critically’ on the measured ES benefits and costs of legume-based cropped systems, including legumes use in marginal lands; so that an optimal balance of ES can be achieved with success locally, and globally. To help achieve this LegumES also centres activities on a suite of 25 innovative legume-based Pilot Studies which use a wide range of legume species and types, plus different cropping approaches and linked value chains spanning the pedoclimatic regions of Europe.​<br></div>  <div class="ExternalClass095FFEFB-D7D9-47FC-9DDD-A763C1184386">Dr. Moritz Reckling</div>Reckling, Moritz<div class="ExternalClassC5D341BF-B461-4A3E-91F4-7997BCB7CF78">Dr. Moritz Reckling</a></div>   <div class="ExternalClassCDCFA843-EE58-483A-A719-ACE89F5280D6"><ul><li>AgFutura Technologii Dooel Skopje (AGFT), Nordmazedonien</li><li>Agri Kulti Nonprofit Korlatolt Felelossegu Tarsasag (AgKU), Ungarn</li><li>Alfred-Wegener-Institut, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung (AWI)</li><li>ARCADIA International Geie (ARC), Belgien</li><li>Asociación Aprisco de Las Corchuelas (APRI), Spanien</li><li>Creative Minds-Solucoes Globais Decomunicacao Marketing E Gestao Lda (CM), Portugal</li><li>Deutsches Institut für Lebensmitteltechnik (DIL) e.V.</li><li>Eidgenössisches Departement für Wirtschaft, Bildung und Forschung (WBF), Schweiz</li><li>ESSRG Nonprofit Kft, Ungarn</li><li>Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau (FiBL), Schweiz</li><li>Inovacijsko Tehnoloski Grozd Murska Sobota (ITC), Slowenien</li><li>Institut "Jožef Stefan" (IJS), Slowenien</li><li>Potsdam-Institut für Klimafolgenforschung (PIK) e.V.</li><li>RSK ADAS Ltd. (ADAS), Vereinigtes Königreich</li><li>SEGES Innovation P/S (SEGES), Dänemark</li><li>SOLINTAGRO SL (SOL), Spanien</li><li>Terres Inovia (TI), Frankreich</li><li>The James Hutton Institute (JHI), Vereinigtes Königreich</li><li>Universidade Católica Portuguesa (UCP), Portugal</li><li>Universidade de Aveiro (UAvr), Portugal</li><li>Universita Degli Studi di Perugia (UniPG), Italien</li></ul></div>x4330x4325x4326x4331x4327x4320x4324x4333x4322x4332x4321x4323x4318x4367x4314x4329x4313x4366x4317x4319x4316x  Europäische Union<div class="ExternalClassB428FAFC-FBDF-4559-A3AF-5FA8B591587D"><ul><li>Europäische Union</li></ul></div> 22 <div class="ExternalClass984376EB-A9CA-4304-B504-EB4EEE0ED089"><ul><li>Ressourceneffiziente Anbausysteme</li></ul></div><div class="ExternalClassD5C4CAC0-C3AA-472D-BEE2-4DDE6476D57C"><ul><li>Resource-Efficient Cropping Systems</li></ul></div>
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