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Climate-CAFE

Newsletters

Summary

Partner profile: INRA Toulouse

How is EU Climate-CAFE is structured ?

In focus: Work Package 2

Eu Climate CAFE at the german parliament

Researcher profile: Johannes Albertsson

Newsletter 2 - December 2015

Summary

Research Insight: ecotron plant growth facility

Partner profile: ZALF

In focus: Building an ‘Adaptation Pilot’ network across Europe

Adaptation Pilot: Case of Denmark, Spain and Sweden

To remember: Climate-CAFE 7 work packages

Newsletter 3 - July 2016

Summary

Edito: Climate-CAFE midterm meeting in Roskilde

Partner profile: Wageningen University

In focus: Long time experiment and climate change adaptability

Adaptation Pilot: Case of Germany and Netherlands

To remember: Climate-CAFE 7 work packages

Newsletter 4 - December 2016

Summary

Edito: International year of pulses and Climate-CAFE

Partner profile: Agroscope

In focus: DayCent and STICS models

Research insight: QuickScan; Joint evaluation of adaptation strategies in Sweden and Finland; Catch cropping in Denmark

To remember: Climate-CAFE 7 work packages

 

Newsletter 4 - June 2017

Summary

Edito: Climate change mitigation should be a priority for Europe

Partner profile: CSIC Spain

In focus: Farmers indoors - Indoor farming

Research insight: Work progress of Climate-CAFE work packages WP1-4

Climate-CAFE activities around Europe: conferences and local press