Agroecology Living Labs and Research Infrastructures: ALL-Ready?

The EU ALL-Ready project, aimed at setting the scene for a European Network of Living Labs and Research Infrastructures has come to an end and published all project deliverables.

EU Project ALL-Ready has come to an end and made their material and project outcomes available online.

About EU project ALL-Ready

EU Project ALL-Ready aimed at setting the scene and developing a framework for a European network of Living Labs (LLs) and Research Infrastructures (RIs) to enable the agroecology transition in Europe.

Agroecology, in fact, requires adaptive management in practice, and therefore the collaboration of scientists, practitioners, policymakers, and consumers, experimenting together and learning through trial and error.

Living Labs (LL)

Living Labs are a way of creating user-centred environments that enable innovation and co-creation by integrating research and innovation processes in real-life settings. The are meant to provide the policy-making process with relevant, high-quality solutions.

Lessons learned and other project material

The pilot network booklet for the EU agroecology Living Labs and Research Infrastructure network – AgroEcoLLNet – is now available in a range of European languages.

Policy briefings with insights and recommendations from the project were also published, and complemented by a series of factsheets to address specific issues.

More information on the EU ALL-Ready project website



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