As climate change and rising sea levels make Europe's farmland increasingly salty and barren, can saline agriculture offer growers a way forward?
How can crop farmers find solutions to increasingly saline soils and scarce water due to climate change?
Soils are becoming increasingly saline because of rising sea levels. Which plants can tolerate the higher salinity?
For thousands of years, farmers all over the world have been struggling with an almost insoluble problem: salt.
The Institute for Environmental Studies, on behalf of the SALAD project, has released a policy brief that aims to bring saline agriculture to the forefront of European policy discussions.
This report proposes a methodology for the process of stakeholder mapping for case studies of the (saline) food systems and applies it to the Dutch potato sector
Climate change is increasingly impacting how we produce food.
The Salt Doctors and IVM have co-developed a lecture series about adapting and mitigating salinity.
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