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Bean there, done that : why we should eat more beans and legumes in general

The world needs more protein, but animal-based protein intake is by no means sustainable. Legumes are a good alternative to meat and thanks to their biological nitrogen fixation capacities, they also benefit the environment.

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Locked-in or transition towards agri-food system sustainability: focus on crop diversification

More than 200 participants arrived at the first European Conference on Crop Diversification to Budapest on 18th to the 21st of September 2019.

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Contracts2.0

Agriculture can deliver a variety of environmental public goods and ecosystem services. Often, however, the use of agricultural landscapes prioritizes the provision of private goods which also contributes to environmental degradation. To address this imbalance, targeted policy instruments are required to ensure that public goods are provided at the level desired by society.

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The Power of the Pulse

Nutritionists are more and more regarding grain legumes as one of the therapeutic weapons against the obesity epidemic, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer – the leading causes of death in Hungary. Pulses are a healthy source of energy and also good for the environment. The realisation of this ecological-health approach was the central theme in the Mediterranean Legume Innovation Network (LIN) Workshop of the TRUE project.

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Dynaversity Annual meeting

Dynaversity I Annual meeting took place on January 15th and 16th in Budapest, in the lecture rooms of the Impact Hub Budapest and at the Central European University.

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