19.11.2020, Online event
RISKAQUASOIL final conference
The focus of this conference is to address the adverse effects of climate change on soil, especially on agricultural lands, thus improving the resilience of the Atlantic rural areas
Within this conference, RISKAQUASOIL consortium will present the arguments that have helped deciding the farmers and the local rural population to act to become more resilient and adapted to those weather scourges will be presented: future climatology, economic impact, biodiversity and environment objectives, etc. Due to the current health situation, the event will be held online. Local and regional authorities, policy makers, technical centres and anyone interested is kindly invited to join the stream.
More details and the link for registration are available in the conference agenda.
Published on: 2020-10-29
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