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Pushing the frontiers of climate-smart agriculture in the Mediterranean

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WHAT IS

THE FRONTAG NEXUS PROJECT

Demonstrating the socio-economic and ecological impacts of the Water, Energy, Food, and Ecosystem (WEFE) Nexus approach at the agricultural production and policy levels in the Mediterranean Regions.

FrontAg Nexus will provide a novel concept and approach for improving the adaptation capacity of the farming system to climate change and the livelihoods of the stakeholders in the Mediterranean Region.

25+
Years Of Experience

The FrontAg Nexus consortium combines 10 partners with multidisciplinary competence and resources from academia, industry and research communities in various fields of expertise.

WHAT IS

THE FRONTAG NEXUS KNOWLEDGE HUB

Your gateway to sustainable agriculture innovation in the Mediterranean region. Here, we bring together cutting-edge research, inspiring demonstration cases, and valuable resources to empower the future of farming. Join us on this journey towards a more resilient and environmentally friendly agriculture sector.

Improve livelihoods and reduce the pressure
on WEFE resources contributing to:

Food and nutrition security
Job creation
Entrepreneurship
Skill enhancement

Impact of Climate-Smart and Water-Saving Frontier Agriculture on the WEFE Nexus in Arid Mediterranean Regions

FrontAg Nexus follows a WEFE Nexus thinking and introduces frontier agriculture in the Mediterranean region, focusing on climate smart and water saving technologies, and addressing challenges, such as climate change, natural resource scarcity, reduced arable land and food waste, food, and nutrition insecurity.

Frontier agriculture

Climate-smart and water-saving technologies

different soilless or semi-soilless
plant cultivation systems

the combination of recirculating
aquaculture systems with hydroponics

for animal feed and/or
substrate/humus

accelerate the upcycling of organic waste
(e.g., sewage sludge from aquaponics)

combining agricultural production
with solar energy generation

Socio-innovative adaptation experiments

10+ frontier agriculture demonstration cases
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Feeding the globe and looking after the environment.

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It’s excellent for the environment, and it’s also good for your health.

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Latest News & Articles

Farming of the Future: The Frontier Agriculture Taşarası Village Project

Settled in Taşarası Village, EUROSOLAR Türkiye is launching a unique agricultural project. We’re merging traditional farming with cutting-edge sustainable methods inside a special greenhouse. This blog offers a sneak peek into this transformative venture and the community-driven spirit that fuels it.

Celebrating One Year of the FrontAg Nexus Project: Achievements and Expansions

The first year of the FrontAg Nexus project has been a remarkable journey of groundbreaking research and extensive global engagement. As we reflect on our achievements and progress, we’re thrilled to share how our initiatives have taken shape across different regions, enhancing sustainable agriculture practices and building local capacities.

Inside BGU’s New Aquaponics System

At Ben-Gurion University (BGU), we’re turning desert sand into fertile farmland with our new indoor aquaponics system in Sde Boker. This project is all about making farming work in places where water is scarce and the land is dry.

1st Press Release after policy-stakeholder engagements

This year’s IFAT Munich, the world’s leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste, and raw materials management, took a significant step forward by integrating the Water-Energy-Food-Ecosystem (WEFE) Nexus into its agenda. The event, held from May 13-17, focused on adapting to the consequences of climate change, with a special emphasis on sustainable water use and its implications for Africa.

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