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Expert Workshop "Land-use Scenario 2030"

Expert Workshop "Land-use Scenario 2030 – Settlements development and Mitigation and Adaptation Measures to Climate"

On May 21, 2014 a workshop with national stakeholders from the sector of settlement will take place in Berlin which is organized by the subproject 'Participation on national level'. It is the last workshop on national level this year. On the one-day meeting the sectoral reference scenario of the Land use Scenario and first modelling results will be presented. In the second part of the workshop the participants have the possibility to discuss a number of climate mitigation and adaptation measures for future land use and to comment modelling processes. The workshop is a chance to pass ideas and recommendations into the research process of CC-LandStraD. If you are interested in participation of the workshop, please contact cc-landstrad@thuenen.de

Expert Workshop Agriculture in the course of Climate Change

Expert Workshop "Agriculture in the course of Climate Change – Status Quo of Land Management and Possible Mitigation Measures to Climate"

On April 1, 2014 a workshop with national stakeholders from the sector of agriculture took place which was organized by the subproject 'Participation on national level'. On the one-day workshop the sectoral reference scenario was presented. This so-called baseline scenario contains a wide range of model-based quantitative assessments for the development of the different branches of agriculture, land use and prices by 2023, to mention but a few. This baseline is adjusted with the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture and the federal states (Bundesländer). In the second part of the workshop the participants discussed a number of climate mitigation measures for future agriculture and assigned them to the CC-LandStraD land use strategies. The workshop was again a possibility to pass ideas, questions, and recommendations into the research process of CC-LandStraD. The minutes will be available approximately in May 2014 at the project homepage (in German)

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