CARINA will focus on two oilseed crops (carinata and camelina) to demonstrate that increasing the diversification of cropping systems by adopting a well-thought and effective crop combination will enhance yield stability, farmers’ revenue and the overall sustainability of farming systems, and, at the same time, to supplement the bioeconomy sector.
To facilitate the deployment of innovative systems, CARINA will also address certification issues of low iLUC feedstocks intended for bio-based industry.
9 Lighthouses, 5 Living Labs, and 9 Policy Innovation Labs will be established across Europe playing a leading role in the co-creation of CARINA innovation actions.
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