Author: Chiara Colalelli

Living labs as a tool for facing climate change effects on water, soil and forestry resources

Living labs as a tool for facing climate change effects on water, soil and forestry resources

In the frame of the 3rd Euro-Mediterranean Conference for Environmental Integration (EMCEI-2021), the EU funded project FASTER is organising a special session dedicated to the study of living labs as a tool to promote open innovation in Tunisia.

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Practical information

When: Friday 11 June 2021, 09:00-13.00 (UTC+1)

Language: English

Organiser: FASTER Project (grant agreement no 810812)

Description

The session will provide an overview of the activities promoted by the FASTER Project Living Lab which focuses on knowledge transfer on adaptation to climate change strategies between researchers in the field of water, soil and forest management, and practitioners engaged in the Farm Advisory System of Tunisia.

The event will also engage several high-level experts and stakeholders working in the fields and on Living Labs in an open debate that will allow exploring the barriers and opportunities ahead for promoting open innovation in Tunisia and to also identify ways to promote adaptation in water, soil, and forestry in the Tunisian context.

Afterwards, the authors of selected papers about Climate change adaptation in water, soil, and forestry in Tunisia will present their work.

From date
2021-06-11
To date
2021-06-11