Work Packages

Work Packages

Work Package.1

WP1 will develop an operational soil health business cases framework supporting the analysis of existing business cases that promote soil health. WP1 will provide guidelines and definitions and will be connected with the rest of WPs

Work Package.2

WP2 will analyse existing business models, identify most promising ones and exemplary develop and upscale selected models for soil health promotion. WP2 will therefore estimate the value of soil related ecosystem service provision and certification efforts as well as the market potential for specific innovative models. The overall aim of WP2 is to effectively design supply-chains for an efficient upscaling of the identified and measured business models.

Work Package.3

The aim of WP3 is to develop a testing network for soil business cases and digital models in a toolbox for incentives. In the WP3 will be create a digital hub of knowledge for incentives. Additionally, will be developing tools for estimation of different soil health business models in the project and also decision support tool for soil health business models. This will allow based on developing of these tools to manage information on soil health business models address to delivery of various ecosystem services and improved practices tailored to the needs of various stakeholders and land uses and policy decision makers.

Work Package.4

WP will support the implementation of policy roadmaps towards achieving multi-level sustainable development and ensuring evidence-based and inclusive soil health conservation that are coherent with the main EU policy and transnational strategies

Work Package.5

The aim of WP5 will develop and promote the involvement of key actors in a Community of Practice. This CoP will be built based on previous experiences at European level and will include a national contact point to avoid language barrier. As well as, WP5 will develop a dissemination and communication material in order to increase the expected audience.

Work Package.6

WP6 will focus on the correct development of deliverables and milestones and solve any conflict or problem during the project.

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