The RUSDELA – Rural Sustainable Development for Local Actors – project aims to create a new methodology and knowledge-base about sustainability and rural development for decision makers of small rural communities in disadvantaged regions in Europe.
PART OF THE PROJECT
One of the most important problems about the Sustainable Development of Rural Areas is the isolation of those zones. In RUSDELA project we are not only thinking in physical isolation but also in social, economic and psychological isolation. If we don’t find...read more
Our globalised world is becoming increasingly more complex and difficult to predict. The common term to describe this situation is VUCA, an acronym that characterises the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity of today’s ecological, social, political and...read more
While agriculture was very successful on meeting global food demands in the 20th century, now the threats and impact of the practices and policies followed raises the need for a paradigm shift towards a truly sustainable food production system. A sustainable food...read more
Bulgarian Development Agency (BDA) is a non-profit association undertaking activities for public benefit. BDA has been established in Sofia, Bulgaria. The association aims to contribute to the regional development issues, as well to promote the democratic and integration processes in the society.
The CIHEAM is a Mediterranean intergovernmental organisation devoted to the sustainable development of agriculture and fisheries, food and nutrition security and rural and coastal areas.
Resilience.Earth SCCL is a non-profit cooperative dedicated to retrieving, creating and cultivating local knowledge and wisdom, engaging organizations, institutions and communities to become effective catalysts of social and ecological change, initiating community regeneration processes and building a more resilient future.
The Mancomunitat de la Ribera Alta is a local entity that groups all the municipalities of the Ribera Alta region. It is formed by 35 municipalities that group a population of more than 220,000 inhabitants, distributed in a territory of 979.5 km².