Climate-KIC course: How to increase efficiently the role of short food supply chains?

25 September 2018 Other related news We invite you to join Climate KICs program to learn and apply various tools for system innovation, to engage directly with stakeholders in Budapest and Valencia, meetwith experts, and work in a dynamic, multidisciplinary environment.

Climate-KIC course: How to increase efficiently the role of short food supply chains?

Have you been thinking about supplementing your research with a unique, practical experience? Help turn your research into practice with Climate KICs two-week PhDAutumn school on Sustainable Land Use. Short food supply chains have positive economic, social and environmental impacts which contribute to the wellbeing of stakeholders by creating secure jobs and stable incomes for farmers, limiting waste within the food chain and negative impactson the environment while providing healthy, nutrient rich food to communities.Through analyzing real life case studies, you will have the opportunity to explore the links within a short food supply chain, identify barriers and solutions for overcoming them. We invite you to join Climate KICs program to learn and apply various tools for system innovation, to engage directly with stakeholders in Budapest and Valencia, meetwith experts, and work in a dynamic, multidisciplinary environment.

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