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Green Vineyards participated in the Climed-Fruit conference held last March 12th and 13th, alongside with 27 other projects, which brought together more than 1,000 participants from all over Europe. It meant a unique opportunity to discover new knowledge and practices in climate change fight.

You can access to the conference contents here.

Green Vineyards presentation was delivered by IFV, and it is also available here.

On April 12, the French Institute of Vine and Wine, IFV, organizes its annual multi-event «Les Entretiens du Beaujolais et les Assises de l’Agroecologie en Beaujolais«, around carbon and different contents included in the Green Vineyards project. The meeting is aimed at operators of the Beaujolais vineyard and of surrounding areas, vine and wine advisors and permanent staff of structures such as ODGs (Defence and management bodies), oenologists, etc., and BTS viti-oeno students. Between 100 and 150 people are expected.

The fourth face-to-face meeting of the Green Vineyards project was held on 29-30 January in Radolfzell am Bodensee, Germany. It was hosted by the local partner the Lake Constance Foundation.

The main points of the agenda dealt with the last phases of the project, paying special attention to the translation of the different units of the Green Vineyards course into the languages represented in the project, Italian, German, Spanish, Macedonian and French.

The different phases of the piloting of the course were also defined, where the participation of at least 300 wine sector workers is foreseen.

Finally, relevant issues such as the sustainability of the project and other communication actions that will help to strengthen the impact of the project were discussed.

Green Vineyards (Upskilling wineries staff: Responding to the challenges of climate change – 2021-1-ES01-KA220-VET-33311), is a project funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. It aims to train workers in the wine sector to be able to face the challenges of climate change.

Green Vineyards brings together the environment, digitalisation and the agri-food sector, three of the priorities of the European Commission for this 2021 – 2027 programming period.

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