CHOICE seeks to mainstream Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) in the Food, Agriculture, and Land Use sectors, integrating behavior change and actor diversity into IAMs using a hybrid approach with a goal to accelerate climate action. CHOICE seeks to reveal how smaller actions can contribute to major climate policy objectives, fostering innovation and effectiveness.
DRG4Food project aim is to achieve trust in a data-driven food system by implementing Digital Responsibility Goals for the food sector. The project works on a clear strategic roadmap, a set technological enablers, demonstration of solutions, a structured funding programme with open calls, and measures to guide and support the food ecosystem of third party beneficiaries, citizens, stakeholders.
The UDENE Project aims to use large amounts of Earth Observation (EO) data from Copernicus satellites and local sources to support evidence-based decision making for urban development. To support the UN Sustainable Development Goal 11 of making cities safe, resilient, and sustainable, the project will essentially create a virtual laboratory for urban planners and visionaries to test their development ideas.
FruitCREWS Action addresses the challenges of climate change, particularly water scarcity and increased evapotranspiration in agriculture. Our focus is on fruit tree crops, which face significant risks due to these factors. Our Action aims to understand how fruit tree crops respond to drought stress in different environments. We strive to identify effective tools for real-time monitoring of plant water status and enable growers to schedule irrigation accurately using new technologies.
The common challenge addressed by the SpinIT project is the significant territorial disparities within the Danube Region (DR). This includes disparities in terms of innovation capacity, knowledge and technological development, as well as isolation of ecosystems in Eastern and Southeastern Europe.