On October 14th, took place the online networking session organized by the Dordogne Chamber of Agriculture (France), partner of the TRIPLE-C Project, co-financed by the INTERREG Atlantic Area Program. This project focuses on the analysis, evaluation and capitalization of successful EU projects on prevention and management of risks derived from climate change, with the aim of disseminating and transferring the best practices and results identified to the formulation of policies.
Taking these objectives into account, the Triple C project carried out last May a selection of initiatives from different thematic areas related to climate change, in which “Life Sarmiento” was chosen as one of the most relevant, after which a networking meeting was held between both projects.
The objective of this workshop has been to share the best practices of projects identified at a European level that can serve as models for different countries to face the challenges of soil quality and water management.
The five projects presented within this session (BEWATER, PIRAGUA, CPES, DIVERFARMING, SOIL-TAKE-CARE) are dedicated to improving soil or water management, or increasing knowledge about them as both are key components of healthy ecosystems and in the economy of local communities.
In this sense, the workshop has been focused on the capitalization of the main results of these projects, the exchange of good practices and experiences, the identification of barriers and possible solutions and, finally, the issuance of recommendations as well as to give visibility to the products, methodologies, activities and results of projects at the European level.