National research agency

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Geographic scope: National
Country: France
Type of Institution: Research Institute
Name in original language: Agence nationale de la recherche
Legal status: Public
Name of the Department: EERB
Climate-relevant agricultural research
Climate change research in my institution / department is linked to agricultural research areas: Yes
Very important research areas: Impacts of climate change, CC in agricultural systems - agriculture greenhouse gas emissions, CC in agricultural systems - arable land, cropping systems, CC in agricultural systems - forests, CC in agricultural systems - mixed, CC in agricultural systems - water managementRelatively important areas: Monitoring of climate and climate change, Monitoring - Meteorological observations, Monitoring - Hydrological observations, Monitoring - Emissions monitoring and reporting, Monitoring - Climatological services, Risks of present and future weather-driven disasters, Adaptation to climate change, Climate change mitigation, Climate policies, CC in agricultural systems - fisheriesResearch level in your institution / department in the climate-related areas: Post-doc
Number of researchers in climate-related areas: Below 10
Average yearly expenditure in your institution / department on climate change research in recent years (EUR): 1,000,000 - 5,000,000
Type of funding sources for your climate-related research: GovernmentResearch focus: Development focused, linkages with the SouthCollaborations with other organizations: Industry, Farmers, cooperatives and agricultural workers, Government, International Organizations, Regional Fora / regional bodies, University / higher educationCollaborations with other countries: Algeria, Austria, Belgium, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Egypt, Finland, France
Successful projects: Leap-agri Face jpi Era4cs
What is the current trend of interest in climate-related research in your institution?: Increasing: both researchers and funding bodies are increasingly interested
What are your institution's plans regarding climate-related research?: Increasing it