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Landsupport at Alpine Soil Forum Austria

14 October 2019

Alpine Soil Forum

LANDSUPPORT at Alpine Soil Forum Austria organized by Links4Soils and Klimabündnis Tirol

When: 14th-16th October 2019

Where: Innsbruck (Landhaus 1 – Großer Saal, Eduard-Wallnöfer-Platz 3)

Where: Innsbruck (Landhaus 1 – Großer Saal, Eduard-Wallnöfer-Platz 3)

The Alpine Soil Forum is a transnational event showing and discussing the results of Links4Soils and opening the exchange on sustainable soil management in the Alpine area. The event consists of an excursion showing the influence of #landuse management practices on #soils and an indoor conference day including a poster exhibition and a marketplace of ideas followed by an informal exchange round on soil-relevant goings-on (in German). The #Landsupport team at Environment Agency Austria will provide a short info session on the most recent Landsupport project news during the exchange round.

The Alpine Soil Forum offers a place to link knowledge with practice, experts with decision-makers, local challenges with Alpine and European strategies and scientific foundations with solutions for the future.

In the spirit of the established Alpine Soil Partnership the diversity of soils, soil functions, soil management practices and soil stakeholders will be shown.

#LandUseTalks #ProtectingOurLand

Press conference – Land take Tools presentation

3 July 2019

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LANDSUPPORT Press Conference – Launching an operational tool to challenge LandTake at the European Scale

Brussels, July 3rd, 12 am

The Land Take tool will be presented and launched through a press conference on 3 July 2019.
The Press Conference will demonstrate the way ahead for better Spatial Planning in our European rural landscape. The Press Conference will see the contributions of agriculture and soil experts (from the landsupport project), European and National Associations of Spatial planners (ECTP, INU) and National Public Authorities (ISPRA) having a specific role in land take monitoring.

Are you interested in joining? Do you want to know more! Please contact us!

#LandUseTalks #ProtectingOurLand


EGU General Assembly 2019 in Vienna

7 April 2019

The EGU General Assembly 2019 brought together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences.  LANDSUPPORT partners held a Short course on Implementation of software components to build web-based decision support systems: the case of the land take pipeline within a geospatial cyberinfrastructure. Convener: Giuliano Langella (UNA),  Co-conveners: Peter Baumann (RASDAMANN), Francesco Vuolo (BOKU).

The short course covered some developments carried out within the EU H2020 LandSupport Project. The implementation of an indicator of land-take was showed, both presenting how to deal with the technical steps on a more general level and proposing hands-on sessions on the implementation of specific components of the whole land-take workflow.

Pre-FFA Meeting in Brussels

8 April 2019

Since 2008 FFA is the annual Forum for the Future of Agriculture, the premiere meeting place in Brussels to debate sustainable agriculture and environmental challenges. The 2019 annual conference took place on 9th April and this year, for the first time, a pre-FFA meeting took place the day before. In this great occasion, Fabio Terribile (UNA) and Angelo Basile (CNR) presented “The way ahead for sustainable agriculture and land management: the LANDSUPPORT project”. It was a very good opportunity to present LANDSUPPORT vision and examples from LANDSUPPORT Decision Support tools to high level policy actor stakeholders related with EU Commission.

The Sixth Plenary Meeting of the European Soil Partnership

28 March 2019

The 6th European Soil Partnership Plenary Meeting was held from 28 to 29 March 2019 at the FAO Headquarters in Rome. All ESP partners were welcome to join this assembly where soil related activities on the European territory are discussed annually and given a place vis-à-vis the ESP Implementation Plan 2017-2020.
Within the section European projects and activities, Fabio Terribile presented  “H2020 LANDSUPPORT project as a new frontier in soil conservation and land management”. KEY Message: It is worth spreading  the LANDSUPPORT vision with the ESP key soil actors.