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Overview:

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The 3-year ERA-NET project SUSTAINBEEF, jointly funded by the EU and the BMEL, links researcher focusing on beef production system with stakeholders to develop and assess innovative ways to improve the sustainability of beef production system. The contribution of the Economoc Modeling group in Bonn consists of detailed, quantiative bio-eonomic analysis of beef production systems in Germany based on the application of the FARMDYN model and support to partners in applying the model to study regions in their own country.

Further information on the project can be found on the project webpage SustainBeef maintained by our coordinating institution

Partners

  • Didier Stilmant, co-ordinator, Walloon Agricultural Research Center, Gembloux, Belgium
  • Claire Mosnier, INRA, Saint-Genes-Champanelle, France
  • Edward O'Riordan, Teagasc, Carlow, Ireland
  • Sylvie Brouard, Institut de 'Elevage, Paris, France
  • Giacomo Pirlo, Council for Agriculture Resarch and Economics, Lodi, Italy
  • Carlo Bertozzi, Walloon Livestock Association, Ciney, Belgium
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  • Wolfgang Britz, Institute for Food and Resource Economics, University Bonn, Germany
  • James Breen, University College Dublin, Ireland

Contribution

Our group contributes to the following work packages:

  • WP3: Systems performance (modeling) and evaluation through indicators
  • WP4: Identify innovative approaches aimed at promoting the use of resources non edible by humans to produce beef

Staff working at ILR on the project

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    Wolfgang Britz, project lead

    Christoph Pahmeyer, PhD student, project realization (from 10/2017)

    N.N. , PhD student, project realization

This work was finacially supported by the German Federel Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) through the Federal Offfice for Agricultural and Food (BLE), grant number 21817ERA09D. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 696231.



Last updated: Wednesday, July 11, 2018