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2342NATAE - Fostering agroecology transition in North Africa through multi-actor, evaluation, and networkingNATAE - Fostering agroecology transition in North Africa through multi-actor, evaluation, and networking01/12/2022 00:00:0030/11/2026 00:00:00laufendcurrentProgrammbereich 3 „Agrarlandschaftssysteme“Research Area 3 „Agricultural Landscape Systems“x5x20xZander, Peter; Hosseiniyekani, Seyedali; Tiba, Tilahun Kenea; Ermatova, Aidanax303x2646x3192x3284x<div class='ntm_PB3'>PB3</div> <a href="https://www.natae-agroecology.eu/">https://www.natae-agroecology.eu/</a><BR />2022 NATAE - Fostering agroecology transition in North Africa through multi-actor, evaluation, and networking NATAE - Fostering agroecology transition in North Africa through multi-actor, evaluation, and networking Programmbereich 3 „Agrarlandschaftssysteme“ Zander, Peter; Hosseiniyekani, Seyedali; Tiba, Tilahun Kenea; Ermatova, Aidana Drittmittel Research Area 3 „Agricultural Landscape Systems“ current laufend <div class="ExternalClass8323303BBD0443759B3FD70ABBF02B32"><p><font style="vertical-align&#58;inherit;"><font style="vertical-align&#58;inherit;">​</font></font></p></div> <div class="ExternalClass29B0E586C5954E4096B04A32763211CC"><p><font style="vertical-align&#58;inherit;"><font style="vertical-align&#58;inherit;">​Transforming agriculture in the context of climate change is a central challenge in North-Africa, the most food-import-dependent region worldwide and a climate change hotspot. Tackling these issues, Agro-Ecology (AE) appears as an answer to meet both the challenges of global sustainability and local resilience. In this context, NATAE consortium brings together high-level research institutions, international organisations and NGOs with strong experience on AE approaches and exceptional capacity to induce transformational change by informing policies and education. NATAE project aims to foster the adoption of science-based, locally-tailored and co-designed AE strategies in North Africa by creating a comprehensive and quantitative baseline on AE, providing a shared understanding, multidimensional performance measures, and analyses of AE potential for meeting consumers demand on the market. To achieve this goal, NATAE will set-up and inform a unique multi-actor community of knowledge and capacity building on AE in the Mediterranean, with ground breaking findings on the performances of AE-Practices (AEP) in North Africa. An original multi-dimensional, multi-scale evaluation framework covering dimensions currently overlooked, and a replicable methodological guidebook will be designed. An integrated modelling approach combining a biophysical, a household/regional bio-economic indicator modelling chain will be used to develop a unique Integrated Assessment of Agricultural Systems to assess the resilience of AEP-based farming systems. Participatory approaches via Living Labs will be elaborated to develop, test and capitalize alternative public policies and foster AE transitions. An integrated group of dissemination activities, will further test, advance and communicate a range of existing AE innovations from farm to fork, including innovative farm practices, value-chain innovations, and innovations in food system governance, advancing their respective readiness level.​</font></font></p></div> NATAE <div class="ExternalClassF343F779-2011-4F10-BDC5-16DCB1139EC7"></div> <div class="ExternalClass57406DC8-B98B-402F-89E5-662A01C351FF"></div> <div class="ExternalClass70ACA1C3-0B23-4C51-8222-E9CFAC6CB65B"></div> <div class="ExternalClassDE071099-53AF-412D-9674-E1D0754E49F8"><ul><li>Europäische Union</li></ul></div> <div class="ExternalClass998A0769-E81C-4083-8E15-31107E5227F9"></div><div class="ExternalClass8323303BBD0443759B3FD70ABBF02B32"><p><font style="vertical-align&#58;inherit;"><font style="vertical-align&#58;inherit;">​</font></font></p></div><div class="ExternalClass29B0E586C5954E4096B04A32763211CC"><p><font style="vertical-align&#58;inherit;"><font style="vertical-align&#58;inherit;">​Transforming agriculture in the context of climate change is a central challenge in North-Africa, the most food-import-dependent region worldwide and a climate change hotspot. Tackling these issues, Agro-Ecology (AE) appears as an answer to meet both the challenges of global sustainability and local resilience. In this context, NATAE consortium brings together high-level research institutions, international organisations and NGOs with strong experience on AE approaches and exceptional capacity to induce transformational change by informing policies and education. NATAE project aims to foster the adoption of science-based, locally-tailored and co-designed AE strategies in North Africa by creating a comprehensive and quantitative baseline on AE, providing a shared understanding, multidimensional performance measures, and analyses of AE potential for meeting consumers demand on the market. To achieve this goal, NATAE will set-up and inform a unique multi-actor community of knowledge and capacity building on AE in the Mediterranean, with ground breaking findings on the performances of AE-Practices (AEP) in North Africa. An original multi-dimensional, multi-scale evaluation framework covering dimensions currently overlooked, and a replicable methodological guidebook will be designed. An integrated modelling approach combining a biophysical, a household/regional bio-economic indicator modelling chain will be used to develop a unique Integrated Assessment of Agricultural Systems to assess the resilience of AEP-based farming systems. Participatory approaches via Living Labs will be elaborated to develop, test and capitalize alternative public policies and foster AE transitions. An integrated group of dissemination activities, will further test, advance and communicate a range of existing AE innovations from farm to fork, including innovative farm practices, value-chain innovations, and innovations in food system governance, advancing their respective readiness level.​</font></font></p></div>  <div class="ExternalClass5BD46DB6-8EA0-42F8-8480-8363B746B3F0">Aidana Ermatova; Dr. Seyedali Hosseiniyekani; Tilahun Kenea Tiba; Dr. Peter Zander</div>Hosseiniyekani, Seyedali<div class="ExternalClass8D63D70A-0FCE-4400-AC22-DBDC9ABFE5B4">Dr. Seyedali Hosseiniyekani</a></div>       Europäische Union<div class="ExternalClassDE071099-53AF-412D-9674-E1D0754E49F8"><ul><li>Europäische Union</li></ul></div> 22 <div class="ExternalClassAA837DDA-0AF6-4344-88B7-7EBEF9D24886"><ul><li>Agrarökonomie und Ökosystemleistungen</li></ul></div><div class="ExternalClassAC7EC21E-8985-45B5-8F54-894DE8C0A47E"><ul><li>Farm Economics and Ecosystem Services</li></ul></div>
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