The NATI00NS project has launched a comprehensive set of factsheets on the soil health living labs. These factsheets aim to provide valuable information and insights into the concept of Living Labs and Lighthouses, their significance in promoting sustainable practices, and their role in the EU Mission 'A Soil Deal for Europe'.
Living Labs and Lighthouses are instrumental in driving the adoption of sustainable practices by users and developing solutions tailored to local conditions. With the release of these factsheets, NATI00NS is going to enhance awareness and understanding of the importance of Living Labs and Lighthouses in achieving a sustainable future for European soil health.
The series of five factsheets produced by NATI00NS offers clear and concise information on the concept of Living Labs and Lighthouses, as well as their specific role within the EU Mission 'A Soil Deal for Europe'. One of the factsheets, titled "Funding Opportunities," provides an overview of the various types of Living Labs, the criteria for identifying Lighthouses, and the actions taken to support the development of Living Labs across Europe.
The remaining four focus on each type of Living Lab that will receive funding, categorised according to their specific land use. These categories include Agricultural, Forestry, (Post)Industrial, and Urban Living Labs. By delving into the unique characteristics and objectives of each type, the factsheets provide valuable insights for stakeholders in their respective fields.
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The main objective of NATI00NS is to facilitate the deployment of the EU Soil Mission across EU Member States and Associated Countries during most of its first ‘induction and pilot’ phase. NATI00NS acts as a messenger of the Mission, raising awareness among national and regional stakeholders, providing access to quality-checked capacity-building materials and information, spurring the discussions on the best Living Lab setups to address regional soil needs, and fostering early matchmaking for cross-regional LL clusters.