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eSudoe
2021
2027

AgroGreen-SUDOE

Future Agri-food Systems for a socially and environmentally sustainable transition: Co-design of strategies for the mitigation of environmental risks in water and atmosphere in natural spaces of the SUDOE territory

Axis 5: Environment and resource efficiency
OBJECTIVE 6D1 :
Reinforcing the cooperation of the SUDOE stakeholders of the natural sites through the development and the use of joint methods.
STATE: En curso
CODE: SOE4/P5/E1059
TOTAL ELIGIBLE COST (€)
1.345.000,00 €
AID FEDER (€)
1.008.750,00€
Alberto Sanz-Cobeña

PROJECT MANAGER

SECTORS: Agribusiness and timber
ANNOUNCEMENT: Cuarta
DURATION:
1 November, 2020
31 March, 2023
RESULTS: 2023-03-31
PRIMARY BENEFICIARY:
UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA DE MADRID Centro de Estudios e Investigación para la Gestión de Riesgos Agrarios y Medioambientales (ES)
OTHER BENEFICIARIES:
  • 2. Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique Délégation Midi-Pyrénées Laboratoire ECOLAB (FR)
  • 3. Instituto Superior de Agronomia Departamento de Ciências e Engenharia dos Biossistemas (PT)
  • 4. UNION DE PEQUEÑOS AGRICULTORES Y GANADEROS (ES)
  • 5. Associação de regantes e beneficiários do Vale do Sorraia (PT)
  • 6. Chambre d'agriculture de la charente-maritime Service Eau et Environnement (FR)

The agricultural systems of the SUDOE territory must undertake innovative changes to guarantee quality food production while minimizing negative impacts on the environment. The main objective of AgroGreen-SUDOE is to generate robust information, adapted to the regional realities of the SUDOE territory, in order to co-design, evaluate and propose agricultural management practices, focused on the optimization of fertilization and irrigation, of In such a way as to minimize the pollution of water and the atmosphere, as well as the emission of greenhouse gases, while maintaining the natural functions of the soil, wetlands, and surface and groundwater. The main result of the project will be to develop a planning tool for the main hydrographic basins of the SUDOE territory that shows, visually and dynamically, the environmental impact of different agricultural management and changes in land use on hydrosystems, soils and the atmosphere. in a context of climate change. The transboundary condition of contamination makes transnational cooperation essential within the framework of our project. In addition, it seeks to co-design the management strategies of agroecosystems with regional and actor sensitivity, which requires the active concurrence of actors from the entire SUDOE space. Project activities will be supported by collaboration between end users, managers and researchers, from all territories of the SUDOE space, under the umbrella of a multi-actor platform. Based on a diagnosis, this will make it possible to recommend practices adapted to the realities of the end users, who, by sharing the information among equals, will increase their generalization potential and the durability of the project’s products. This innovative element will allow the farmer to offer quality information on the agri-environmental impact of his decisions, making his farms more sustainable and leading him to align himself with national objectives and the new Common Agricultural Policy in terms of environmental protection.

PARTICIPATING REGIONS