The project, which involves more than 40 institutes from all over Europe, tries to answer questions like which ecosystems will react most sensitive to climate changes? Which options are available in agriculture and forestry management to keep carbon sinks and minimize greenhouse gas emissions? These are relevant questions because almost the entire European land cover is used to produce crops and wood. In view of the changing climate it is especially important to know how much of the greenhouse gases are released into the atmosphere or fixed in biomass and soil by forest, farming, and meat production. These would be either so-called sources or sinks of greenhouse gases.
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