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EOSC Stakeholder Forum - The e-ROSA project

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Presentation by Johannes Keizer delivered at the EOSC Stakeholder Forum in Brussels, 28/11/2017

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EOSC Stakeholder Forum - The e-ROSA project

  1. 1. eROSA has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730988 .. The roadmap & vision for an open e-science infrastructure for agriculture as a work in progress The EOSC from the point of view of Research Infrastructures and collaborations Johannes Keizer, for the eROSA team
  2. 2. The 6 levels of “FAIRness”
  3. 3. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 EOSC Stakeholder Meeting Brussels– 2017-11-28
  4. 4. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 EOSC Stakeholder Meeting Brussels– 2017-11-28 Resources and services : 1st approach Iron and Wires Data interoperability http://vest.agrisemantics.org http://agroportal.lirmm.fr/ http://gacs/agrisemantics.org/ Common s! Shared semantics Data, discovery services DCAN Sustainable and trusted storage CCAN DataVerse Call it FAIR data , Virtual research environments Data/Information Portals Data publication, acess, processing and analysis https://data.gov.in/sector/agriculture BioLink Galaxy http://www.erosa.aginfra.eu/vision
  5. 5. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 EOSC Stakeholder Meeting Brussels– 2017-11-28
  6. 6. Comparing SDGs to what organic agriculture delivers Increase productivity of subsistence & small holder farms Strongly reduce ne- gative environmental externalities Foster learning and cooperation of farmers Use ecosystem functions for pro- ductivity increase Create value addition in food chains Reduce poverty of farm families Foster farmer-owned knowledge instead of external inputs & knowledge Increase global food production by ~ 50 %.         Stabilize and secure yields of cash crops (and staple foods?).  Literature to be found: Niggli, U (2014) Sustainability of Organic Food Production: Challenges and Innovations. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. doi:10.1017/S0029665114001438, 6 pages. Increase agronomic and ecological resilience
  7. 7. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 EOSC Stakeholder Meeting Brussels– 2017-11-28
  8. 8. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 EOSC Stakeholder Meeting Brussels– 2017-11-28 Implementation Status in the agricultural domain of these facets
  9. 9. Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme - grant agreement No 730988 EOSC Stakeholder Meeting Brussels– 2017-11-28
  10. 10. Vision Paper In 2030 food systems will produce healthy nutritious foods, produced through input-efficient methods and supporting a thriving environment. Food Systems will operate as collaborative networks, that are constantly improving to improve their economic, environmental and social performance for all actors in the network, and those food systems can be region specific, in local territories, but also global. The food systems contribute to the achievement of a wide range of objectives as captured by the SDG’s and contributes to mitigating climate change impacts, and adapting to negative consequences of climate change. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jPPnH5D AsLHeD5kRlWUEGKY090v2OHvDy1PHl_W FYzc/edit#
  11. 11. CONSORTIUM WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU Thank you for your attention! And many thanks to the eROSA team

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