Over the course of 5 years we’re going to co-develop sustainable
permanent grassland systems and policies with a range of stakeholders, including farmers, advisers and policy makers.
The second SUPER-G stakeholder seminar will be held in April 2020, in Poland. This second seminar aims to cover the continental region. It will be a four-day seminar that involves visiting one of the largest parks in Europe with 60 ha of permanent grassland (Bierbrza National Park), the Narwia National Park and also some private dairy
An IPCC special report on climate change, desertification, land degradation, food security, sustainable land management and greenhouse gas fluxes in terrestrial ecosystems shows that better land management can contribute to tackling climate change, but it is not the only solution. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from all sectors is essential if global warming is to be
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