The FOSC projects will kick-off with a 2-day workshop, hosted by the Hungarian Ministry of Agriculture and co-organized by Wageningen Research from the Netherlands. Seventeen projects are funded by the 2019 call for proposals on Food Systems and Climate. All projects work on research that contributes to resilient and sustainable food systems under climate change. This translates into diverse research themes including novel farming techniques, crop and soil improvement, modelling on regional and inter-continental food chains, integrated production systems and the reduction of food waste. Each project presented themselves by a pre-recorded presentation followed by real time Q&A sessions.
Read more on the FOSC website.