Publications

Within the ERA-NET SUSFOOD, predescessor under FP7 of the current ERA-NET, and by the current SUSFOOD2, ERA-NET under H2020, publications of all kinds are produced.

These publications are mainly scoping the landscape the ERA-NET is working in. Below you can find all public publications SUSFOOD has produced or has contributed in. 

SUSFOOD LANDSCAPE
SUSFOOD strategic scene 2018

SUSFOOD2 strategic scene (June 2018)

Whats's the current landscape SUSFOOD2 works in? This resulting report describes the current background of research and innovation programming in the field of sustainable food production and consumption in Europe. It complements the SUSFOOD Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) and serves as a tool for its implementation. It summarizes the SRA and the objectives of SUSFOOD2, and gives an overview on the main trends and drivers in the field of SUSFOOD. It also lists other relevant initiatives and takes a look on the first achievements of SUSFOOD funded projects. Read more or download the document

SUSFOOD SRA 2014

SUSFOOD Strategic Research Agenda (2014)

SUSFOOD, the predecessor of SUSFOOD2, developed a strategic research agenda to provide guidance for future research into sustainable food production. Read more or download the document.

 

SUSFOOD RESEARCH
Country report 2014

SUSFOOD Country Report (2014)

Read more on the Meta Knowledge Base, the possibilities for national funding in food research and the research institutes working within the food research landscape in the SUSFOOD countries in 2014. Including the analysis of the research landscape in the Country Report 2014: download the document

 

PUBLICATIONS WITH SUPPORT OF SUSFOOD
3rd Policy brief ERA-LEARN 2018

ERA LEARN Policy brief on project impact assessment in bio-economy

The  third annual Policy Brief of ERA-LEARN 2020  is analysing the impact of P2Ps and P2P-supported projects. The report focuses on the results of a pilot exercise that was addressed to three bio-economy networks (SUSFOOD, ERA-IB-2 and CORE ORGANIC II) and their supported projects. The brief draws on the results of an on-line survey addressed to project beneficiaries of the three networks and on the findings of the interviews with network members and project beneficiaries The discussion of the results is complemented where relevant with some of the findings of the survey conducted for the ERAC Ad-hoc Working Group on Partnerships in 2018 in order to identify challenges to implementation of P2P-supported projects. Download the document