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1 week ago

SOLAR project
Did you say sustainable development? And why not.... France is getting in tune."Efficient and resilient agriculture: by 2030, ensure the sustainability of food production systems and implement resilient agricultural practices that increase productivity and production, contribute to the preservation of ecosystems, strengthen the capacity to adapt to climate change [...] and progressively improve land and soil quality. " New measures are finally expected with the entry into force of the new Common Agricultural Policy 2023-2027 on 1 January 2023. In the summer of 2022, France finalised its French National Strategic Plan (NSP). In the version presented to the European Commission at the end of 2021, the NSP aimed to align with the Green Pact for Europe and the Farm to Table strategy to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions by establishing a fair, healthy and environmentally responsible food system. In particular, it includes the objective of doubling the area under organic farming by 2027, i.e. 18% of the agricultural area, through an effort to support farm conversions. The National Agricultural and Rural Development Programme 2022-2027 thus includes, for example, support for economic and environmental interest groups.At the same time, the increase in the number of farmers wishing to engage in sustainable agriculture, particularly among young farmers, raises the question of the need for a framework and legal recognition of sustainable agriculture. The question of adopting precise specifications, similar to those for organic farming, is being debated within the movement, placing in the same balance the legitimisation of farming through the creation of a legal framework and the initial philosophy of this type of farming, which is conceived as a process of progression in which everyone can engage, regardless of their initial farming model.Source : www.avise.org/articles/lagriculture-durable-en-france-un-mouvement-qui-se-developpe ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

SOLAR project
#bioenergy is an integral part of a #sustainablefuture because:it provides #energy security; fosters #ruraldevelopment; contributes to #greenhouse gas emissions reductions; increases #forest resilience.The raw material for #bioenergy comes mainly from residues from sustainable #forestmanagement practices and the #woodworking industry as well as #agricultural practices. More relevant info at: www.solar-erasmus.eu/ ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

SOLAR project
Yesterday the partners of the SOLAR project had an online meeting to check the project progress and discuss the next steps of project implementation: validation of project Results 1 and 2, and the development of Result 3: Personalized Learning Platform. More info at: www.solar-erasmus.eu/ ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

SOLAR project
Interesante reportaje "En portada", Renovables si, ¿pero así: play.rtve.es/v/6727168/ a través de @rtve . En SOLAR apostamos por su integración con Agrovoltaica, bombeos solares, solar fotovoltaica, geotermia/biomasa en invernaderos, comunidades energéticas rurales, etc. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

SOLAR project
Agricultural #biomass refers to a broad category of biomass originating from #agriculture and it includes the following: #crops such as corn, sugarcane and beets; #oilseeds such as #rapeseed, sunflower seed and soybeans; #agriculturalresiduesresidues, and animal waste (#manure). 🌱🌾🍃More interesting and relevant info on the topic coming soon at: www.solar-erasmus.eu/ ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

SOLAR project
With approx. 20% of the #bioenergy feedstock coming from #agriculture, both dedicated #energy crops and #agriculturalresidues can be utilised to produce heat, #electricity and #biofuels. Agricultural #biomass represents an important and sustainable energy source although its potential remains largely untapped. Check this interesting video on short rotation coppice willow and its potential as #bioenergy feedstock. More info and innovative training materials on the topic coming soon at www.solar-erasmus.eu/ ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

SOLAR project
#Bioenergy is currently the largest source of #renewableenergy in Europe. Check this interesting video to learn more to learn how this sector contributes to #climatechange mitigation while providing jobs, growth, and additional income for #farmers from #ruralareas. More info and innovative training materials on the topic coming soon at www.solar-erasmus.eu/www.youtube.com/watch?v=xU_GOY7_D60 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

SOLAR project
💡#agroforestry benefits #nature, #climate, and #farming 🌳🌱🌳🌳🌱More info about how #agroforestry works and how it can help achieve #climatechange targets coming soon at: www.solar-erasmus.eu/ ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

SOLAR project
Dear friends and colleagues, The 3rd Transnational Project Meeting on the #solar project was held in Bovino, Italy on October 6, 2022, in a hybrid format (in-person and online), hosted by the Italian partners from GAL MERIDAUNIA.At this meeting, we discussed the next steps of the project development – our training modules and practical case studies on #integratedfoodandenergysystems for #ClimateSmartAgricultureMore info coming soon at www.solar-erasmus.eu/ ... See MoreSee Less
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