Etiqueta: Javier Retana
A regenerative agriculture vegetable garden absorbs up to 30 times more CO2 per year than a conventional one17 de June 2021Ángela Justamante
The LIFE Polyfarming project has carried out the regenerative agri-food model for five years in an abandoned farm located in Catalonia. After these years, the project has demonstrated its profitability and potential to fight against climate change and rural abandonment. The experience has also resulted in the 'Polyfarming Manual', a regenerative agri-food model guide with a scientific basis, the first in Spain. The Manual and replication sessions of the model in Extremadura and the Basque Country aim to encourage the change towards the regenerative model.
The Catalonian Government and CREAF define the Catalonian program for comprehensive biodiversity monitoring24 de February 2017Verónica Couto Antelo
Scientists identify the 13 most important research challenges to face global change in the Mediterranean region3 de February 2015J.Luis Ordóñez
Scientists consider it key to understand why droughts kill so many trees and the influence of local forest histories on tree mortality. They also warn that we know very little about the joined effects of different disturbances on each ecosystem, and highlight the necessity to plan research projects covering more time and space.