Valorisation Activities

Core Theme: Cross-Cutting Valorisation Activities

Instrument: Valorisation Workshops

Start-end date: Ongoing

 

Translation of key scientific results into possible policy and practice options or other outputs 

As proposed in the Communication and Valorisation Strategy, FACCE-JPI follows a framework for exploitation, dissemination and communication of key scientific results by translating them into possible policy and practice options or other outputs in order to improve FACCE-JPI impact and visibility. In this regard, FACCE-JPI will put in place one of its instruments: a series of valorisation workshops that aim to valorise FACCE-JPI research project results. 

A pilot valorisation workshop took place in March 2017, which was followed successfully by the FACCE-ERA-NET Plus final meeting in March 2018 and the SURPLUS first call final meeting in November 2018.

In the future, a series of workshops will be organised to bring together researchers and stakeholders, and to reinforce valorisation of FACCE-JPI results by making them available to end users, including policy makers. 

The valorisation work will aim to:

  • Build a dialogue and common understanding between policy needs and research results from funded FACCE-JPI projects
     
  • Identify the most urgent policy needs for which FACCE-JPI funded projects could contribute and identify projects of which results could feed into these needs
     
  • Build teams of researchers and stakeholders who could combine relevant policy questions with the results from different projects in order to co-construct key ideas/key-messages to be further developed as policy and/or practice brief(s)

More actions
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Towards a societal and systemic transformation for the development of sustainable and resilient food systems
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Impacts on climate change - Improving scenario studies
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No more waste in the new bioeconomy
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Nutrition security requires a system approach
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Improving policy interventions to ensure food and nutrition security
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Precision agriculture requires co-creation in networks
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Novel techniques in crop breeding and livestock
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Improving agricultural soil management
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Adaption of agriculture systems
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Need for improved crop quality and yield with resource-use efficient practices
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Combatting water shortages and pollution
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Connecting Research to Policy and Practice
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Translation of key scientific results into possible policy and practice options or other outputs
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Development of options for sustainable intensification of European crop and livestock systems
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Monitoring and mitigation of greenhouse gases
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Mitigation of agricultural greenhouse gases
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State-of-the-art technologies for mapping and soil sampling
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Improving food security through urban farms