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ReLive 1st Worhshop held within ISCRAES 2022

The 1st ReLive Project workshop “Adaptability and Resiliency of Global Agricultural Systems to Climate Change” within the ISCRAES 2022 on 31 August 2022. Multidisciplinary academics/scientists/stakeholders along with project partners joined the workshop and contributed to whether or not reintegrating livestock into farming systems can increase Climate Adaptation and Resilience.

ReLive (New Zealand Partner) is hiring: Post Doctoral Scientist – Environmental Science

Researcher with soil science expertise having interest in the environmental impact of pastoral-based food production systems. 
No photo description available.
Apply now: Click here (Closed)

ReLive Kick-Off Virtual Meeting

The first ReLive (ERA-NET) Kick-Off Meeting held virtually on 23 June 2022 in presence of all partners/reprentative (From left to right):  Bruce Osborne (UCD/PCD), Ibrahim Khalil (UCD/PCD), Martin Roffeis (GFZ), Pia Gottschalk (GFZ), Victor Rolo and Maria Vivas (UNEX), Jonathan Herron (TEAGASC), Anna Wakiewiez (IPLAN), Maguy Eugene (INRAE), Lea Hallick (UT), Jorge Perez-Quezada (UChile),  Katja Klump (INRAE) and Ruchita Ingle (WUR) and Otso Valta (AVOIN, not in the photo

RELIVE (GFZ-Potsdam) IS HIRING:

Vacancy: Postdoc (f_m_x) in farm-scale agricultural GHG-footprint modelling.
Application deadline:  31st March 2022.
For details: Click here  (Closed)

Joint Call Circularity 2021 Projects Meeting

Connecting Joint Call Circularity 2021 projects (e.g. ReLive) to GRA Circular Food Systems Network  meeting held on 07 March 2022.

RELIVE (WUR PARTNER) IS HIRING:

 
Vacancy: Post-doc position direct validation of greenhouse gas emission reduction measures in circular agriculture
 
For details: Click here (Closed)

Preliminary ReLive Consortium Virtual Meeting 

Preliminary consortium virtual meeting of ReLive project held on 21 October 2021.

Events

ReLive is a proud sponsor of ISCRAES 2022 to be held in Dublin from 28-31 August 2022 referring particularly to the workshop “Adaptability and Resiliency of Global Agricultural Systems to Climate Change”.

For submision of abstract and registration: Click here