Five practice abstracts summarizing project knowledge in an easy and understandable manner. Published through the EIP-Agri-Platform.
D4.1 will report on the information needed for the project partners to set up workshops and meetings in the Policy Innovation Labs. The information will include a set of options to allow the project partners to tailor workshops according to the specific needs. The information will also be synthesized for project external use.
D4.2 will gather the assessments from all Policy Innovation Lab of policy context of current schemes and measures. The report will also include a joint assessment across Labs with a focus on result-based, collective, land tenure and value chain approaches.
Each CIL will conduct a self-evaluation (via a SWOT analysis) to assess selected innovative contract-based approaches, which are already in use in their region/country for at least two years. The evaluations of the 11 CILs will be compiled in one integrated evaluation report.
Conceptual framework which integrates the social, environmental and economic context of contractual models enabling the (long-term) delivery of agri-environment-climate goods, agreed among all scientific partners. It reconciles different disciplinary bodies of knowledge, and provides the frame for capturing results from the empirical review in WP2.
As the contract innovation labs (CILs) are building on local expertise and local needs, the 11 CILs will take different shapes and forms in the different countries. In order to capture this diversity in the 9 involved countries, fact sheets will be designed and completed.
Analytical framework used in the analysis of existing approaches, developed jointly to allow categorising approaches by different characteristics, and distinguishing an approach perspective and an instrument perspective
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