Discover high potential climate smart solutions for your farm

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Why?

Twee zinnen over waarom dit belangrijk is. The Spatial Solution Finder is a tool aiming to help farmers, farm advisors, agri-food companies and policy makers find those solutions for climate-smart agriculture.

The Spatial Solution Finder is a tool aiming to help stakeholders find those solutions for climate-smart agriculture.

Four steps

  • Provide us with the region of your farm
  • Select carried out activities
  • View relevant issues
  • Explore practical solutions
Start

Where is your farm located?

The expected impact of specific solutions for climate-smart agriculture in Europe depends on the biophysical and socio-economic context of a region.

Use the map to select the region you are located or interested in. The magnifying glass on the map can help to find and identify your region of interest.

Your region of interest

No region currently selected.

Next step

What are your activities?

We will estimate your greenhouse gasses emissions (GHG) based on the activities you carry out.

Livestock

The type of livestock farming is an intensity based on livestock units and share of grassland on your farm.

If the selected Livestock Production Zone is not correct, please select the appropriate zone


In this table you can enter the data on your emissions. The results from both the Dairy and Crop products have to be taken or copied from the result overview and not from the detailed results. An example of how to complete the data form can be found in the figure below. The names of the sources in the CoolFarmTool correspond to the names in the table.

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cluster emission

What are relevant issues in your area?

This section identifies risks and vulnerabilities that result from anticipated climate change. The maps below show the regional GHG emissions from agriculture across Europe.


Present and projected water limitation of crop primary production in Europe under rain-fed conditions

Present and projected water limitation of crop primary production in Europe under rain-fed conditions

Climate change: crop yield loss due to water limitation

Clim light green: -15%, dark green: -25%

Solutions

This section presents potential solutions, categorized into several themes, based on the relevant issues in your area.