More and more people outside and inside academic specialisms are becoming aware of the pressing need to halt dramatic losses in biodiversity worldwide.
The EU H2020 project, FRAMEwork is mounting an ambitious response to these critical problems.
The project will create a Biodiversity Sensitive Farming System that will encourage and enable farmers to conserve biodiversity, promote a rebalancing of agriculture in a way
that capitalises on the value of native biodiversity, and
improve the capacity of farming to deliver food and
nutritional security in the face of climate change, disease pandemics and other pressures on the system.
Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague (CULS)
Estonian University of Life Sciences (EMU)
Fundación Artemisan (FA)
Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
James Hutton Institute
Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST)
National Institute for Researching Agriculture and Environment (INRAE)
Nordic Agency for Development and Ecology (NORDECO)
Osnabrück University (UOS)
Agricultural Research and Education Centre Raumberg- Gumpenstein (HBLFA)
Research Group in Organic Farming
Sant'Anna School Of Advanced Studies, Pisa (SSSA)