In a nutshell
BEATLES aspires to identify the individual, systemic and policy lock-ins and levers that influence entire food systems behavioural change and to develop transformation pathways of change to accelerate the systemic and systematic transition to climate-smart agriculture and smart farming technologies, fully aligned with the ambitions of the Farm to Fork and Biodiversity Strategies, and the new CAP at regional and EU levels.
Factors affecting farmers’ transition to climate-smart agriculture
The first 10 months of the BEATLES project were dedicated to a series of research tasks aiming to provide an integrat...
BEATLES Use Cases leads receive policy training session
On 15 March 2023, the BEATLES project partner Blanca Casares (AEIDL) facilitated a training session, to the 5 Use Cas...
The European Commission publishes its 2023 programme of health and food audits and analyses
At the end of December last year, the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety publ...