Water management in the Mediterranean area for sustainable agriculture.


Mediterranean wAter management solutions for a sustainable aGriculture supplied by an Online collaborative platform

With a specific focus on the challenge of climate change, the MAGO project seeks to connect research results to real market needs and end-user demands in the field of food security and water management in the Mediterranean region.

MAGO will develop WEMED, a collaborative platform with web applications for agriculture in the Mediterranean. The goal of this project is to develop new solutions for adapting to climate change, starting from four countries where it will be tested:Tunisia, Spain, France and Lebanon.

Duration: February 2021 - April 2024
Coordinator: Cetaqua Barcelona
Aigües de Barcelona, CSIC and Área Metropolitana de Barcelona (AMB) from Spain, INRAE and LISODE in France, University of Thesally (UTH) in Greece, INRGREF and Ezzayra Solutions (EZZAYRA) from Tunisia, American University of Beirut (AUB) in Lebanon, and Meta Anatolia in Turkey.

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