Land-Use Change Interactive Map

Step 1. Climate Region

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Step 2. Baseline System

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Step 3. Climate Impact Driver

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Resilient Land Use

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Step 2. Select a Baseline System

Step 3. Select a Climate Impact Driver

Resilient Land Uses

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Climate region

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Baseline system

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Caveats:

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Trade-offs:

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Case studies:

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None of the agroforestry land use models are considered more resilient to this climate impact driver than their forest or orchard baseline system.

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Land use

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Climate region

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Description

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Crops

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Livestock

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The AGROMIX project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement 862993.