Climate adaptive farming and the potential of saline agriculture: The SalFar project

Angelica Kaus, Jeroen De Waegemaeker

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Due to climate change and risk of sea level rise, agriculture in coastal areas is under pressure. Soil salinisation has already led to the degradation of millions of hectares of farmland worldwide, a potential threat to food security.

Farmers in the North Sea Region also experience increasing salinisation on their land. The Interreg North Sea Region Programme funded project SalFar (Saline Farming) sets out to explore the options for farming and food production under increasingly saline conditions. This is essential to preserve natural capital and to strengthen the socio-economic development of the coastal and peripheral areas of the North Sea Region.
TaalEngels
TijdschriftRegional Studies Association
StatusGepubliceerd - 2020

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