What is ATTER?

The ATTER project develops an interdisciplinary and multi-sectoral exchange program for scaling up agroecological transitions for territorial food systems. It gathers researchers and practitioners in working on cross-case studies through secondments, trainings and workshops, relying on 16 territorial case studies anchored in five countries (France, Italy, UK, Brazil and USA) and on the complementary skills of the 18 participating organisations. The ATTER network will be managed as an action-research eco-system to boost the emergence and dissemination of knowledge.

The project is funded by the RISE (Research and Innovation Staff Exchanges) scheme, a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action promoting international collaboration through sharing knowledge and ideas between research and practitioners across the world. Concretely, it is based on a program of mobilities (secondments) that have to be inter-sectoral and international.

ATTER is a Consortium of 19 partners.

Cardiff University Team and members of Terralim SCOP listening to a farmer on a field in Wales
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23 May 2024

By: Doriane Guennoc

Cross-fertilization workshop between France and Wales in Carmarthenshire

A cross-fertilization workshop between the UK and France with Cardiff University and Terralim: a a day of sharing and exchange
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The American Academy of Sciences is devoting a special issue of its journal PNAS to the contribution of transition studies to addressing environmental issues, in which ATTER is featured.
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ATTER in force at the 12th Brazilian Congress of Agroecology (CBA) Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Agroecologia na boca do povo
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Discussions on agroecological transitions during the "Food and Territories Forum" in Teresopolis, Brasil.