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EIT Climate KIC Sustainable Land Use

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Presentation in the frame of RIS Partner Day, 13 June 2018, Brussels regarding Sustainable Land Use.
Discover the Forestry Flagship, Integrated Landscape, Forland - A Decision support tool to help the transition of rural territories towards sustainable, resilient, self-sufficient and resource-efficient bioeconomic systems, Climate-Smart Agriculture, Food Value Chains, CSA Booster innovation

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EIT Climate KIC Sustainable Land Use

  1. 1. Sustainable Land Use RIS Partner Day Joanna Montesinos, 14.06.2018
  2. 2. climate-kic.org Our team Valerio Bruschi Team Assistant Joanna Montesinos Business Analyst Marjon Eijpe Communication Manager Tom Howard Vyse Communication Consultant Catherine Laurent Polz Portfolio Manager Pan Pan Flagship Manager & Deputy Director Daniel Zimmer Director Paola Valandro Education Lead Tenke A Zoltàni CSAb Consultant François Gigante CSAb PMO Fabrizio Rossi Portfolio Manager Elisabetta Cremaschi Executive Assistant
  3. 3. Forestry & Wood Value Chains Food Value Chains Climate-Smart Agriculture Integrated Landscape FORESTRY & LANDSCAPES AGRI- FOOD EITCLIMATE-KIC SUSTAINABLE LAND USE THEME 2 Impact Goal 4 Impact Goal 5 Impact Goal 6
  4. 4. Leverage Points 3 TECHNOLOGY FINANCE (FUNDING AND ACCOUNTING) MARKET STRUCTURES (ALTERNATIVE MODELS/VALUES) POLICY (REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS) ORGNIZATIONAL GOVERNANCE (DECISION MAKERS) INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE SKILLS INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOR Impact Goal (2030) Increase, by an order of magnitude, the application of innovative climate- smart agriculture (CSA) solutions in Europe CSA Booster Theory of Change Capacity / Ecosystem Building Innovation and Technical Assistance Agtech and Agri-finance 3 Outcomes OIP Local Hubs Project portfolio Education Solutions database
  5. 5. CSA Booster innovation portfolio highlights Agritech startup using greenhouse lab tech to grow animal feed cost- effectively in arid environments, reducing water use by 99% 99% less water DryGro Danone Fruit Value Chain Pilot testing new guidelines for climate-smart fruit production, pest resistance, genomics and soil management 6,700 farmers Barley-IT Reducing fertiliser & GHGs Crop modelling tech enabling farmers to maximize nitrogen absorption in malting barley, reducing fertiliser inputs and N2O emissions.
  6. 6. 2030 IG: Instigate transformation of climate-damaging food value chains and significantly improve the climate resilience of food supply . Food Theory of Change 13 Food Systems and Policy Food Waste and Circular Economy Foodtech and Alternative Protein 3 Outcomes
  7. 7. Food Outputs (2020) – linked to outcomes 15 Outcome 1: Enhancing food security by improving resilience and sustainability of food systems Development of at least 1 innovative approach/platform to enable multi-stakeholder collaboration and risk mitigation among supply chain (SC)actors. Development of at least 1 integrated and citizen-driven approach for sustainable urban food system. Harmonizing and improving agrifood policies by engaging relevant partners and EUpolicy makers. 50 demand side actors (corporates, industry alliances, farmer coops,etc.)engagedvia projects. Addressingconsumer behavior and dietary changes by relevant projects. Outcome 2: Enabling circular economy development by reducing, recovering and reusing food waste for biomaterials and bioenergy Reduction of preventable food waste via projects related to raising consumer awareness, stock management andpolicy change. Development of projects related to valorisation of industrial food wastefor biomaterials and bioenergy. Outcome 3: Catalyzing food innovations for better nutrition and stronger links between production and consumption Development of alternative proteins with projects related to future-proofed protein supply chain. Development of solutions to enhance system traceability and sustainability leveraging digital innovations such as blockchain. €2m co-funding generated, €5m funding leveraged and €2m non-EIT financing raised. At least 10 start-ups supported/incubated. *Targets indicated are conservative and average numbers, actual progress are likely to vary
  8. 8. Winners - Later stage Imperial College Developed with Farm to Market Alliance programme in partnership with World Bank & World Food programme Index based Insurance Description New insurance mechanisms for Resilient Food Supply Chains Objectives To ensure stable supply chains and sustainable production growth Credit Farmer Practices Purchaser (WPF) De-risk Procurement De-risk Reinsurance Support
  9. 9. 2030 IG: Enhance carbon sequestration by forests and other natural and managed ecosystems while substituting carbon in downstream value chains Forestry Flagship Theory of Change 13 Biomass and Forestry Management Bio-economy and substitution 2 Outcomes A Design Support Group of Climate-KIC partners is currently setting up a workplan for the next 2 years, these are tentative outcomes and their details may be changed.
  10. 10. Forestry Flagship Outputs (2020) – linked to outcomes 15 Outcome 1: Enhance the forestry capacity to absorb CO2 and store it in biomass and soil Develop sustainable forest management practices to face climate change with new business models and value chains capturing more value from wood Develop a more consistent data set and decision making tool for a better management of the resource availability now and in the future. Develop eco-system services to harvest the value of the European forests Outcome 2: Replace in a comprehensive way fossil based by bios-based products to increase the carbon storage duration and avoid emission due to fossil based value chains Setup a substitution framework including circular economy principles to unlock decision making on the bio- based value chains development Develop new European policy framework to increase the incentives to support wood in construction and smart bio-economy Support a behaviour change through a better understanding by consumers of the forests and wood system A Design Support Group of Climate-KIC partners is currently setting up a workplan for the next 2 years, these are tentative outcomes and their details may be changed.
  11. 11. 2030 IG: Increase landscape conservation and resilience by bringing economical and social value through natural assets to local communities. Integrated Landscape Theory of Change 13 Deforestation and Landscape restoration Cities and Surrounding Landscapes 2 Outcomes
  12. 12. Integrated Landscape Outputs (2020) – linked to outcomes 15 Outcome 1: Avoid negative externalities of our consumption on deforestation Development of a Landscape Finance Lab platform to identify landscapes under threat and unlock investment for their conservation or restoration Implementation of new traceability mechanisms like the blockchain one to have a clear impact assessment and develop trustful relationship with investors Improve local governance issues by systemising multi-stakeholders engagement approaches Improve data collection and analysis to build a common framework for sustainable landscape management and support smart decision making Outcome 2: Re-build landscape identity around cities to foster land based economic activities Development of a common eco-system services and Natural CapitalAccounting (NCA) framework to channel financial flows Development of small scale food and biomass production models to re-localise production and change urban consumer behaviour Work with cities to restore their natural surrounding landscape identity to create ownership, attract green activities and eco-tourism. *Targets indicated are conservative and average numbers, actual progress are likely to vary
  13. 13. Forland – Later Stage ONF International Description Decision support tool to help the transition of rural territories towards sustainable, resilient, self-sufficient and resource-efficient bioeconomic systems. Objectives Democratise and promote the use of predictive capabilities and geo assessment tools together with the latest technology (remote sensing and predictive modelling) in land- use and forest planning decision-making. Output The products and services are specifically tailored to support planning and monitoring at the landscape and territory levels, involving
  14. 14. Work with us! Climate Smart Agriculture Booster: pan.pan@climate-kic.org Food: catherine.laurent-polz@climate-kic.org Forestry Flagship: Valerio.Bruschi@climate-kic.org Integrated Landscape: Joanna.montesinos@climate-kic.org

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