Transforming Unsustainable management of soils in key agricultural systems in EU and China. Developing an integrated platform of alternatives to reverse soil degradation.
TUdi is a Horizon 2020 project that aims to develop, upscale and popularise soil healing strategies in three major agricultural systems and farm typologies across Europe, China and New Zealand. The project will develop healthy and productive agricultural ecosystems, which are among the most challenging UN development goals for 2030, including zero hunger, no poverty, climate action and life on land.
In order to do this, TUdi relies on 15 research institutions and SMEs from all over the world, as well as a network of 42 cooperating stakeholder organisations and 66 long-term experiments and monitored farms in the participating countries.
New Bulgarian University is part of the project presented by the following team: Prof. Dimitre Nikolov, Prof. Martin Banov, Assoc. Prof. Ivan Boevski, Assist. Prof. Krasimir Kostenarov, and Assist. Prof. Ekatherina Tzvetanova.
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