Rising sea levels and other forms of climate change have significant consequences for agriculture and food production. Planning for these impacts and considering the most appropriate responses will be the focus of a workshop developed under the EUniWell Well-being Research Incubator.
The aim of this free, online workshop is to map the distribution of the sea level rise in order to have a clear overview of the salinisation of agricultural fields worldwide and to provide a scenario for the future, focusing on best adaptation strategies.
The workshop will be organised by Filippo Randelli and Federico Martellozzo, University of Florence; Boris Braun, University of Cologne; Natasha Cornea, University of Birmingham; Peter van Bodegom, University of Leiden; and Juan Pedro Montavez, University of Murcia.
The workshop will be held on 13 February at 11am CET and is open to researchers, students and staff across the EUniWell Alliance.