• Slider Banner

    Eco-Farm Assessment

    The project is to develop an assessment tool to collect and evaluate data of agro-ecological production and other aspects of farming.

    Read more
  • Slider Banner

    Farm2Fork

    From farm to fork, the CAP-TIVATE project aims to follow the process through the whole supply chain.

    Read more
  • Slider Banner

    Farm demo

    Farm demonstration - field days - on farm research results presentation - are an essential part of the project to efficiently and genuinely transfer knowledge in the practical environment.

    Read more

Welcome to the CAP Transfer of Information Via Assessment, Training and Extension project website!

The main aim of the project is to develop a farmer-centred assessment and training system by connecting the EU's new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) requirements with proven, innovative, sustainable eco-management practices, in favour of better implementation of the various measures, increased uptake of support, improved efficiency in production and protection of the natural environment.  Our objective is that farmers better understand conditionality, eco-scheme and rural development regulations and their linked undertakings, they choose (supported by a farm assessment tool) and participate in the certain schemes with more responsibility and awareness, carrying out the measures more consciously and effectively.

News list

  • European Green Deal

    The European Green Deal is a package of policy initiatives, which aims to set the EU on the path to a green transition, with the ultimate goal of reaching climate neutrality by 2050. The European Green Deal provides solutions related to climate, environment and nature protection issues. It contains measures to improve resource efficiency through the transition to a clean circular economy and to stop climate change, reduce pollution and restore biodiversity.

    Captivate news category
  • 1st Multiplier Event was held in Hungary

    We joined the organic farming conference, organized by ÖMKi in Kecskemét at John von Neumann University on 28 February 2023, with a full session dedicated to the CAPTIVATE project activities, attracting nearly 60 participants, primarily farm advisors, farmers, teachers, and students.

    Captivate news category
  • Partnership meeting in Vienna!

    We are in Austria on the 3rd TPM of the project, hosted by FiBL-AT, between 16-17 January 2023. This is a crucial and busy period by the CAPTIVATE work plan, right before starting the learning activities, and soon finishing the development of our knowledge base, assessment tool, and e-learning platform. We are also getting ready for the learning teaching training activity, and the preparation for the first wave of multiplier events.

    Captivate news category
  • SOME SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGES OF THE HUNGARIAN AGRICULTURE

    Today, the world's agriculture faces many environmental, economic and social challenges. Answers to problems often induce development directions that are partly opposed to each other, such as in the case of digitization and ecologization. In our research, we identified the most important sustainability challenges affecting agriculture, the food industry and consumption through descriptive statistical analysis of Eurostat's agri-environment management indicators and HCSO data.

    Captivate news category
    Attachment
  • Farm to Fork Strategy

    Climate change and environmental degradation present a serious threat to Europe and the entire world. Since the time of the industrial revolution, there has been a significant increase in the average temperature at the world level, and the average temperature at the world level today is higher by 0.94 - 1.03° than at the end of the 19th century. According to the European Environment Agency, the EU is the third largest source of greenhouse gases in the world, right after China and the USA.

    Captivate news category
  • The farm sustainability data network: An example for accessing sustainability information of European agriculture

    Agriculture and food systems are the central driving forces of environmental degradation, biodiversity loss and climate change. In order to facilitate the transition towards more sustainable forms of food production, understanding and measuring on farm sustainability is crucial to evaluating the status quo and progress of applying on farm environmental measures and eco-practices.

    Captivate news category
  • Farm sustainability assessment tools – examples and relevance

    Farmers and their farms play a crucial role in the transition towards more sustainable agriculture and food systems. Recognizing the urgent need for increasing resilience of socio-economic and ecological systems, we must consider sustainability assessment as an auspicious instrument for improving decision-making strategies at farm level to facilitate sustainable change.

    Captivate news category

Visitors

  • Total Visitors: 72470
  • Unique Visitors: 7039
  • Since: 04/23/2022 - 08:24

EU funded

Grant programme: Erasmus+ programme (KA220-VET - Cooperation partnerships in vocational education and training)

Project interval: 1 November 2021 / 31 October 2024
Project identifier: Erasmus+ 2021-1-HU01-KA220-VET-000034777

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/captivate.eu

Besides our own photos and open-access images, we also use Freepik sometimes, indicated in the picture title or label.

Project countries

Map