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Strengthening the multifunctional use of European land: coping with marginalisation

Objective

The project will address how multifunctional land use can cope with marginalisation and land use change. The project will:
(1) identify areas most vulnerable to marginalisation of agriculture in seven countries at national level;
(2) develop a set of tool s and scenarios for recommendations for appropriate land use based on a selection of ecological, cultural and socio-economic criteria for policy and decision makers at the EU, national and municipal level.
(3) study the role of the CAP in the process of marginalisation and developing of tools and recommendations for appropriate land use.
(4) assess the viability of multifunctional land use given the vulnerability to and acceptability to marginalisation, and CAP

Funding Scheme

CON - Coordination of research actions

Coordinator

NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY IF LIFE SCIENCES
Address

1432 Aas
Norway

Participants (8)

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Netherlands
Address
Burgemeester Patijnlaan 19
2502 Den Haag (S-gravenhage)
BUNDESANSTALT FUER BERGBAUERNFRAGEN
Austria
Address
Moellwaldplatz 5
1040 Wien
INSTITUTE OF FOREST ECOSYSTEM RESEARCH
Czechia
Address
Jilove U Prahy 1544
254 01 Jilove U Prahy
MTT AGRIFOOD RESEARCH FINLAND
Finland
Address
O-house
31600 Jokioinen
UNIVERSITAT DE BARCELONA
Spain
Address
Gran Via De Les Corts Catalanes 585
Barcelona
UNIVERSITY OF DEBRECEN
Hungary
Address
Egyetem Tér. 1
Debrecen
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH BOHEMIA
Czechia
Address
Branisovska 31
370 05 Ceske Budejovice
UNIVERSITY OF TARTU
Estonia
Address
Vanemuise Street 46
51014 Tartu