The climate scan being developed in the Klimrek project requires all kinds of data. Therefore, we are now looking at which data can be retrieved and read in via the data-sharing platform DjustConnect. Landbouwleven wrote an article about it.
In the Klimrek project, the Institute for Agricultural, Fisheries and Food Research (ILVO), Innovation Support Centre of Boerenbond and VITO look for an appropriate climate trajectory for dairy farmers, pig farmers and arable farmers with potatoes in the cropping plan. A climate consultant visits the farm and uses a targeted climate scan and climate course to find out how the farmer can switch to a more climate-friendly and climate-robust operation. The project also takes into account the convenience for the farmer and the economic feasibility of the measures.
The climate scan requires all kinds of data, which are currently collected manually, which is a lot of work. Therefore, we are now looking at which data can be retrieved and read in via the data-sharing platform DjustConnect.