New deliverable on Participatory Impact Assesment
European agriculture comprises many different farming systems (e.g. livestock, arable and mixed, extensive and intensive). Also in terms of economic, environmental and social performance, farming systems differ widely. Evaluating economic, social as well as environmental dimensions of farms and farming systems needs an integrated approach.
This report present the results of a participatory sustainability and resilience assessment of 11 farming systems in the European Union (EU) that aim to get a semi-quantitative overview of the sustainability and resilience of farming systems.
Click here to read the full report: D5.2 Participatory impact assessment of sustainability and resilience of EU farming systems
You can also find the 11 country reports in this link
The report has been led by Wageningen University and Research (www.wur.nl/)
Authors: Wim PAAS, Francesco ACCATINO, Federico ANTONIOLI, Franziska APPEL, Isabel BARDAJI, Isabeau COOPMANS, Paul COURTNEY, Camelia GAVRILESCU, Florian HEINRICH, Vitaliy KRUPIN, Gordana MANEVSKA-TASEVSKA,Delphine NEUMEISTER, Mariya PENEVA, Jens ROMMEL, Simone SEVERINI, Barbara SORIANO, Monica TUDOR,Julie URQUHART, Erwin WAUTERS, Katarzyna ZAWALINSKA, Miranda MEUWISSEN, Pytrik REIDSMA
Correponding author: Wim Pass (firstname.lastname@example.org)