Publications

Total results: 13.

Networking – and rural development networking is a prime example of this – is first and foremost about people. It is about coming together, developing new ways of thinking and operating, and building something new, together; something that is bigger than the sum of its individual parts; and something that benefits rural communities everywhere.

On the occasion of networX – the largest ever gathering of the European rural networking community to be organised under the 2014-2020 programming period – we want to salute the human spirit of networking and mark 10 years of the European Network for Rural Development (ENRD).

This book highlights rural networking through the eyes of young people, as they are the ones who will determine the future development of Europe’s countryside. It also illustrates how networks support rural entrepreneurship, the environment, rural heritage and vibrant rural communities – areas where the impact of rural networking is unmistakable.

This is the main report of the ENRD Workshop on 'Biodiversity and the CAP: working together to reach conservation goals'.

The workshop explored how to ensure the most effective contribution of current RDPs and future CAP Strategic Plans to support the implementation of EU biodiversity policy, by encouraging dialogue and facilitating exchanges among the relevant agriculture and environmental actors involved in biodiversity conservation in rural Europe.

This is the main report of a decicated ENRD event on how to make an effective use of support possibilities for Natura 2000 under the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD).

This is the main report of the ENRD Seminar on ‘Revitalising Rural Areas through Business Innovation’ (Brussels, March 2017).
It examines a range of EU policies and tools for business innovation, including digitisation, smart specialisation, and social innovation. It also features examples of rural business innovation and explores how such initiatives can be supported and extended through the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs).
This is the main report of the thematic ENRD Seminar on 'Promoting the Transition to the Green Economy'.
It overviews the policy drivers for the creation of a Green Economy, including support under the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs) and a wide range of project examples from over 11 EU Member States.
This is the main report of the thematic ENRD Seminar on 'Smart and Competitive Supply Chains'.
It explores ways of connecting the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs) to food and drink supply chains and overviews relevant RDP tools. It covers topics such as market access, public food markets, adding value, cooperation and food policy.
This is the main report of the third meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group on 'Smart and Competitive Rural Areas'.
It highlights the differing approaches to supporting supply chains both nationally and regionally, including a consideration of smart specialisation strategies.
This is the main report of the third meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group (TG) on 'Promoting the Transition to the Green Economy'.
It overviews regional and national approaches to implementing Green Economy projects, including links to the Rural Development Programmes (RDPs).
This is the main report of the second meeting of the ENRD Thematic Group (TG) on 'Promoting the Transition to the Green Economy'.
It explores practical examples of Green Economy projects, their success factors and ways of successfully implementing them, including an overview of project examples in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

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