Agroforestry experts needed: Climate Change Resilience in Agroforestry Systems

The aim of this AGROMIX project questionnaire is to collect expert assessments of climate change resilience in agroforestry and to develop new approaches to enhance agricultural resilience. Propositions to improve agricultural production per unit of environmental impact are well known. Efficiency, however, is unlikely to be sufficient and may even reduce long-term agricultural resilience. Resilience can be defined as the persistence of a system – it is a measure of its ability to absorb changes of variables. With a changing climate and expected extreme weather events, the development of future agricultural systems must increasingly incorporate the aspect of resilience.

The questionnaire contains 18 questions about current and future climate change impacts and effects on yield (stability) as well as environmental services. Filling out the questionnaire will require approximately 30 minutes. The answers that you provide will help us to estimate resilience in various agroforestry types and develop new approaches.

To participate, contact to get an expert number.

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