Landscape resilience in the Mediterranean

A new Horizon Europe project aims to engage with farmers and foresters to share knowledge and increase landscape resilience in the Mediterranean.

ResAlliance group photo

Faced with the growing impacts of climate change, our landscapes are increasingly vulnerable. Therefore, it is crucial to increase landscape resilience and understand its potential in mitigation strategies. This is the aim of Landscape resilience knowledge alliance for agriculture and forestry in the Mediterranean basin (ResAlliance), a new project which just started this week!

ResAlliance will support foresters and farmers ResAlliance solutions to improve landscape resilience, especially against climate change risks. Funded by the European Union’s Horizon Europe Programme, with 16 partners from 7 different countries, the project aims to facilitate accessibility and knowledge exchange on landscape resilience, with a focus on the Mediterranean basin.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101086600.

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