As part of the LIFE IP CARE4CLIMATE project, the Slovenian Forestry Institute is hosting an international summer school entitled "Climate-friendly agricultural practices".

Date: July 15 - July 19

Location: Murska Sobota, Slovenia

The summer school offers an exceptional opportunity to research and learn about strategies to reduce emissions in agriculture.

It is aimed for European students of agricultural sciences and related studies. In collaboration with the best experts and lecturers in the field, participants will gain valuable knowledge and skills to shape a sustainable future of agriculture. In addition to the lectures, we will also conduct field work on a modern farm in Noršinci, where participants will directly experience how to reduce emissions on farms.

Agriculture plays a key role in combating climate change. Modern agricultural practices are key to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and conserving natural resources. Awareness of the importance of sustainable farming practices is key to ensuring the stability of food supplies and preserving ecosystems for future generations.

Do not miss the opportunity to develop professionally and network with other students from different parts of Europe.

Further information and a link to the application form can be found on our website: