The policy implications of GLAMUR
’s findings, integrating indications arising from previous GLAMUR
research activities, are captured by the Policy Recommendations and Policy Implementation Roadmap report
The document reports what GLAMUR
has learnt, possible scenarios, points of engagement for governance actors and what the project recommends.
GLAMUR's key messages capture and encapsulate the main indications emerging from the project. A leaflet displays these concise conclusions.
GLAMUR’s Main Messages
Participatory integrated assessment
has tested the efficacy of different integrated characterizations across different case studies using participatory processes. The pertinent report
delivers a thorough reflection not only over the appropriateness of the attributes and indicators used within the project, but also on the quality of the participatory methods applied to perform such quality check.
GLAMUR's booklet: the projectin a nutshell
’s main findings and considerations are summarized in a pamphlet, which reveals the complexity of improving sustainability performance in food chains and explains why the simple ‘global’ and ‘local’ distinctions is not working.
reports the main project’s achievements for each Work Package.
GLAMUR's Cartoon and Webinar
Two main communication tools helped GLAMUR
to broadly disseminate its outcomes.
aims to reach a wide audience and to deliver the core of project’s messages.
‘Expo 2015’ webinar
provided insights on the project and engaged in a dialogue with stakeholders.
GLAMUR at its last mile
will be over at the end of January 2016. Its findings, reports and recommendations, as well as its dissemination materials, will remain fully available at glamur.eu