Unlocking regenerative food systems
Our approach to design transformative strategies is collaborative, dynamic and fit-for-purpose
The elements of building sustainable synergies for innovation
Defining the vision
We start with "why", inspiring actors through a shared image of a better future. Objectives and goals will follow easily when people's intrinsic motivators are well aligned.
We nurture active communication and mutual understanding among stakeholders as the key enabler for addressing our food system's complex challenges.
We believe that innovative solutions must be co-designed and tailored around user needs. We apply tools and develop impactful strategic plan based on system thinking and theory of change.
Scientific communication at best
We design strategies for communicating and disseminating innovations, making use of scientific data to engage, provoke and drive actions toward more sustainable food systems.
Maximizing the impact of European R+I projects
We are committed to give rise to the best possible research and innovation actions within the European funding ecosystem. We do that by building high-level partnerships, and by navigating together the questions, context, and implications surrounding the challenges proposed by the Commission. We contribute to developing scalable solutions for food systems as well as in making scientific results more accessible to economic players and the society at large.
Our focus areas
Our mission is to accelerate the adoption of regenerative farming approaches based on a holistic management of the soil-water-plant relationship.
Soil health and conservation
We bring our expertise in agronomy, soil science and microbial ecology in the development of solutions and towards a better understanding of the importance of soils.
Circular Economy of Nutrients
We build synergies with a number of stakeholders for enabling circular food systems, a better use of available resources, as well as the optimization of result-based carbon market.
Living labs and societal participation
We enhance the research strategies we participate in by involving end-user from the project onset. For this we set up spaces for sharing experiences and co-designing innovations, where participants' engagement is nurtured throughout.
Data science and digital transformation
We believe in the power of digital technologies to transform for the better the processes through which we produce and consume food. Our team of data analysts, developers and Earth Observation experts are constantly designing new tools to unlock data for improving decision-making.
Our ongoing projects
Smart governance and operational tools for agroecological carbon farming.
Funded by PRIMA, H2020, the project is validating potential carbon schemes as a mechanism to accelerate the diffusion of regenerative farming practices in the Mediterranean.
Building momentum and trust for the implementation of carbon farming in the EU.
Funded by the EU Soil Mission, this project started on June 2023, with a duration of 36 months. It aims at coordinating a network of initiatives and stakeholders for sharing best practices for trustworthy carbon farming markets and policies.
Developing and testing a framework for the design of harmonized, context-specific Monitoring, Reporting and Verification systems for soil Carbon and greenhouse gas balances by Agricultural activities.
Funded by the EU Soil Mission, it started on June 2023, and focuses on fundamental research on technologies and processes to allow robust carbon accounting.