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Bread and Peace
Bread and Peace at Climate Change (B&P@CC)
The Bread & Peace @ Climate Change (B&P@CC) project aims to investigate the impacts of climate change on extensive and/or organic farming and sustainable food business.
Bread & Peace @ Climate Change (B&P@CC) starts in 2012 as an initiative of members of the German Society for Human Ecology and the Society for Human Ecology. After scientific meetings in Canberra 2013 and Potsdam 2015 an explorative online-survey mainly in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, in the European Union together with partners in Australia, North and South America started. As a first step the aim is to find out if producers, traders and consumers would like to take part in a joined project about the perspective of extensive and/or organic food business under climate change conditions.
The Online Survey seeks to understand the experiences of professionals and practitioners in farming, food processing and trade, in relation to the impacts of climate change. It also aims to assess the demand for building relationships and knowledge exchange on an international level. The survey takes about 20 minutes. As a matter of course any participation is free and data will be kept anonymous.
Thank you very much for your support.
Please join the Online Survey here.
For any questions please contact
Dr. Fritz Reusswig
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research e.V.
Research Domain 4: Transdisciplinary Concepts & Methods
Postbox 60 12 03
Dr. Wolfgang H. Serbser
European College of Human Ecology Emmendingen
B&P@CC is a joint project of researchers at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, the European College of Human Ecology in Emmendingen, Germany. The German Federal Office for Agriculture and Food (Bundesinstitut für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung) supports the German research to build co-operations and knowledge exchange with partners in Australia. Research partners are inter alia members of the College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, ME/USA and the Australian National University in Canberra.