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  • Projekto tyrimų vadovė: Judita Kasperiūnienė. Studentė: Virginija Kapočienė.
  • Projekto tikslas - inspiruoti ir motyvuoti mokymo kursų dalyvių įsitraukimą į žemės ūkio veiklas bei plėtrą jose, suteikiant naujausias mokslo žinias agronomijos, bioekonomikos, inžinerijos ir miškininkystės srityse, ugdant profesines kompetencijas, kurios skatintų konkurencingumą ir inovacijų naudojimą versle, pritaikant praktinės patirties iššūkius ir problemas.
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  • The land use, land-use change, and forestry sector (LULUCF) cover the entire territory of Lithuania and all agricultural land. It contributes to implementing climate change mitigation goals by absorbing GHGs in soil, living biomass, wood, etc. The EC proposes to expand this sector's scope and include all agriculture in LULUCF from 2031. According to the EC proposal, until 2035, this common agricultural and forestry (AFOLU) sector must achieve climate neutrality at the EU level. The regulation is being revised to increase the sector's absorption and integrate agricultural and forestry into climate change management policies. A systematic and unified ecosystem model is needed for a more accurate, objective, and reliable AFOLU sector GHG assessment (based on national values and factors). The development of a regulatory framework for certifying carbon removals based on robust and transparent carbon accounting to monitor and verify their authenticity as part of the Circular Economy Action Plan and should be rewarded, either via the common agricultural policy (CAP) or other public or private initiatives (carbon market). Project Strategic challenge - Achieving national and EU climate change mitigation and adaptation targets by enabling systemic change in part of Lithuania's AFOLU sector and governance regarding GHG emission reduction and implementing carbon farming initiatives. Minimizing the monetary cost and work involved in Measurement Reporting and Verification programs will require collectivizing farmers’ efforts. GFARM for LIFE will refine the current state-of-the-art technology for whole-farm and forestry land GHG monitoring by using data sources (direct farming activities data; farm machinery telematic data declared and data of public sector institutions; EO-based and soil sampling data; Integration of additional data) and based on a holistic framework that will enable and support the transition towards carbon farming practices.
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  • The BRiDGE project supports the European Union aim to bridge the gap between research and policy. To be effective, education policy research and development needs to be supported by collaboration and critical reflection. The project will address existing gaps between the knowledge and expertise of Higher Education institution-based researchers, practitioners in civil society organisations, and policy-makers, that prevent the effective connection of evidence with policy making. The project will develop a collaborative pan-European professional learning community to support development of competences for policy research. It will use the Joint Research Centre’s (JRC) Science for Policy Competence Framework as a foundation for piloting stakeholder seminars and a bespoke training programme for Early Career Researchers in five European HE institutions. It will also develop online publications targeted to all three parts of the research-civic-policy knowledge triangle. The project will contribute to more active civic engagement in education policy by supporting collaboration between and among different stakeholder groups. It will build their capacity to critically reflect on, interpret and contribute to education policy research. In addition, with its focus on Early Career Researchers, the project is promoting Higher Education international connectivity and future capacity for innovative, high-quality research.
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