Project Details


Vulnerabilities of new and innovative production methods may be unknown and therefore assessment of such is indicated. In such assessments, the health of primary sources like plants and animals will be very important. Secondly, the vulnerability of the next part of the production chain, in which primary products are processed, will also need to be studied. As it comes to the socioeconomic aspects of food production in the EU, also self-sufficiency of food production may be an aspect of increasing importance. The aim will be to evaluate what is needed to realize consolidated transition towards resilient food production methods/systems with novel integrated approaches (in terms of management, breeding, feeding, local resources use, etc.) defined for different global change scenarios. 

Effective start/end date1/01/2331/12/23