Rural development, or integrated natural resource management, is a process where socio-political, biophysical and economic aspects are considered to sustainably manage resources. It aims to improve the adaptive capacity of local resource managers through working with all stakeholders to better respond to climate change.

 

Climate change itself has a dramatic impact on local environments. This creates new challenges in the agricultural sector which need to be overcome.

 

To provide an adequate response to these challenges, a revolutionary approach called climate-smart agriculture (CSA) is being introduced, aiming to transform agriculture into a system able to adapt and mitigate climate impacts and provide food security while at the same time, reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

Regional Development & Climate Smart Agriculture

Regional Development & Climate Smart Agriculture

Regional Development & Climate Smart Agriculture

Regional Development & Climate Smart Agriculture

Regional Development & Climate Smart Agriculture

Regional Development & Climate Smart Agriculture

Regional Development & Climate Smart Agriculture

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The LAG Members in Keda Municipality are getting ready for the Elections

15.12.2017

The LAG Members in Keda Municipality are getting ready for the elections of LAG Board Members.   On December 12, 2017 CENN together with its partner organization Institute of Democracy organized a meeting with LAG members. The aim of the meeting was to present the pre-election programs develope

Open lessons on Climate Change and presentation of the competition “Me LEADER” at the schools in Keda Municipality

27.10.2017

On 23-27 October 2017, CENN delivered open lessons on Climate Change and presented the young leaders and innovators competition “Me LEADER” at the high schools in Keda Municipality. The initiative is taking place in the framework of the EU-supported project “Optimizing the Potential of Local Assets

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