Publications

Total results: 6.

This is the highlights report of a dedicated ENRD workshop at the 11th OECD Rural Development Conference.

It overviews innovative technologies that can be used to improve the way rural areas address climate change mitigation and adaptation, as well as means of enabling implementation.

This is the main report of the thematic ENRD Seminar on 'Resource-Efficient Rural Economy'.
It overviews suggestions for progressing the current thinking on local and strategic actions for promoting Resource Efficiency in rural areas, and how these can be supported effectively under the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs).
This is the main report of the fourth meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group on 'Resource-Efficient Rural Economy'.
It overviews findings from the Thematic Group’s work, highlights two projects related to the resource-efficient use of soil and water in Emilia Romagna (Italy), and sets out recommendations for improving Rural Development Programme (RDP) design and delivery.
This is the main report of the third meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group on 'Resource-Efficient Rural Economy'.
It overviews key  examples  of  how the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs)  can  contribute  to the  resource-efficient use and management of soil nutrients, soil carbon and water. The  report includes a consideration of the commonalities and differences in approaches to the three cross-cutting themes: motivation, knowledge and policy gaps.
This is the main report of the second meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group on 'Resource-Efficient Rural Economy'.
It overviews inspiring examples and stakeholders' perspectives on how the Thematic Group work can make a real contribution to improving the implementation of Rural Development Programmes (RDPs) across the EU.
This is the main report of the first meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group on 'Resource-Efficient Rural Economy'.
It overviews three main topics related to natural resources (soils and water) that were identified as priority for the work of the Thematic Group: motivation gaps, knowledge gaps and policy gaps.