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Co-developing a framework and indicators for assessing the performance of biodiversity enhancing practices

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Xin Zhang, Adam Komarek, Wei Zhang, Michael Castellano
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Enhancing Biodiversity and Resilience in Intensive Farming Systems: Results from an ETH Zürich-IFPRI Collaborative study
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DEC 6, 2022 - 10:00 TO 11:30AM EST

Xin Zhang, Adam Komarek, Wei Zhang, Michael Castellano
WEBINAR
Enhancing Biodiversity and Resilience in Intensive Farming Systems: Results from an ETH Zürich-IFPRI Collaborative study
Co-organized by IFPRI, ETH Zürich, and Bayer
DEC 6, 2022 - 10:00 TO 11:30AM EST

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Co-developing a framework and indicators for assessing the performance of biodiversity enhancing practices

  1. 1. Co-developing a framework and indicators for assessing the performance of biodiversity enhancing practices Xin Zhang1, Adam Komarek2, Wei Zhang3, Michael Castellano4 1University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science; 2University of Queensland; 2International Food Policy Research Institute; 4Iowa State University http://research.al.umces.edu/xzhang/
  2. 2. Biodiversity Climate Change Pollution Water availability Soil Health Productivity Farmers’ well-being Rights and equality Farm Profit Risk Regional economic viability Resilience Regional health and nutrition On farm Beyond farm Environment Economic Social Spatial Scale Sustainability Pillar The Assessment Framework for biodiversity- enhancing practices Soil fauna and soil microbial diversity Plant and animal diversity on farm. Biota surrounding the agricultural land Biota distanced from the agricultural land
  3. 3. Framework Indicators Stakeholder Engagement Recommendations (Policy, practices, etc.) Report Card Quantitative assessment
  4. 4. A Report Card for biodiversity- enhancing practices Biodiversity Climate Change Pollution Water availability Soil Health Productivity Farmers’ well-being Rights and equality Farm Profit Risk Regional economic viability Resilience Regional health and nutrition On farm Beyond farm Environment Economic Social Spatial Scale Sustainability Pillar Nutrient leaching/runoff Air pollutants Chemical use (e.g., Pesticide) Soil fauna and soil microbial diversity Plant and animal diversity on farm. Biota surrounding the agricultural land Biota distanced from the agricultural land Diversity of ag products Food affordability Buffer stock Living and working conditions Health conditions Social capital and responsibility Land rights Autonomy Equality GHG emissions Energy consumption Irrigation water use Regional water stress Soil Organic Carbon Short-term yield Long-term yield Food loss Gross income Cost Land value Gross margin Employment and local spending Public infrastructure costs Benefits from ecosystem service (e.g., tourism, fishing) Stability and resilience of farm profit Price volatility Cover crop; literature overview
  5. 5. A Report Card for biodiversity- enhancing practices Biodiversity Climate Change Pollution Water availability Soil Health Productivity Farmers’ well-being Rights and equality Farm Profit Risk Regional economic viability Resilience Regional health and nutrition On farm Beyond farm Environment Economic Social Spatial Scale Sustainability Pillar Nutrient leaching/runoff Air pollutants Chemical use (e.g., Pesticide) Soil fauna and soil microbial diversity Plant and animal diversity on farm. Biota surrounding the agricultural land Biota distanced from the agricultural land Diversity of ag products Food affordability Buffer stock Living and working conditions Health conditions Social capital and responsibility Land rights Autonomy Equality GHG emissions Energy consumption Irrigation water use Regional water stress Soil Organic Carbon Short-term yield Long-term yield Food loss Gross income Cost Land value Gross margin Employment and local spending Public infrastructure costs Benefits from ecosystem service (e.g., tourism, fishing) Stability and resilience of farm profit Price volatility Cover crop; literature overview
  6. 6. Goals: • Assess actual impacts of these practices • Enable conversation among stakeholders • Inform regional policy and actions Framework Indicators Report Card Quantitative assessment Stakeholder Engagement Recommendations (Policy, practices, etc.)

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