The CLICHA project (Climate Change in Agriculture) was designed upon a national priority environmental protection) of a partner country, Tunisia; this is also a regional priority for the neighbouring countries. Amongst the many subjects that could be covered under the heading of environmental protection, the project consortium selected agriculture as it plays a vital role for the Tunisian economy. The strategic objective of EU-Tunisia relations involves the support to sustainable development – including sustainable agriculture - for reducing social and regional inequalities and improving the population’s standard of living. CLICHA is an ERASMUS+ project (Key Action 2 - Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices - Capacity Building in Higher Education) which has embraced an interdisciplinary approach for this complex problem. The wider objective of CLICHA project is to create qualified scientists who will contribute to the development of environmentally friend and sustainable agriculture, and will be readily absorbed by the labour market. These scientists could become the transformation factor for the whole society towards a more sustainable way of farming, production, consuming and living: to produce “enough safe and right food” for all.

Cooperation for education in agriculture: CISAO_Unito and CLICHA project, a modern training approach to cope with the challenges of climate change and food security

Daniele De Meneghi
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Carlo Semita;Paolo Barge;Nicole Giuggioli;Laura Gasco;Cristina Peano;Riccardo Fortina
2020

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The CLICHA project (Climate Change in Agriculture) was designed upon a national priority environmental protection) of a partner country, Tunisia; this is also a regional priority for the neighbouring countries. Amongst the many subjects that could be covered under the heading of environmental protection, the project consortium selected agriculture as it plays a vital role for the Tunisian economy. The strategic objective of EU-Tunisia relations involves the support to sustainable development – including sustainable agriculture - for reducing social and regional inequalities and improving the population’s standard of living. CLICHA is an ERASMUS+ project (Key Action 2 - Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices - Capacity Building in Higher Education) which has embraced an interdisciplinary approach for this complex problem. The wider objective of CLICHA project is to create qualified scientists who will contribute to the development of environmentally friend and sustainable agriculture, and will be readily absorbed by the labour market. These scientists could become the transformation factor for the whole society towards a more sustainable way of farming, production, consuming and living: to produce “enough safe and right food” for all.
6th CUCS Conference: CITIZENSHIP AND COMMON GOODS - University and international cooperation for safety, environment and sustainable development
Trento
19-21 September, 2019
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Daniele De Meneghi; Carlo Semita; Paolo Barge; Nicole Giuggioli; Laura Gasco; Cristina Peano; Riccardo Fortina
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