Catalogue of Best Policies & Practices

HuMUS reviews region-specific policies to create a catalogue of best policies and practices for the improvement of soil health. This catalogue systemises experiences and lessons learned from regional and local authorities to improve soil health, increase citizen engagement, and promote the best use of EU funds. The catalogue is a useful reference for municipalities and regions to design and implement activities and policies with the use of EU financial instruments.

The catalogue has three parts with different areas of focus: 

  • Best practices in citizen and stakeholder engagement on the implementation of soil health at the municipal and regional levels
  • Best practices in sustainable soil management and soil health promotion
  • Best practices and public policies to improve soil health, especially co-creative practices with the active involvement of stakeholders and citizens in the decision-making processes that have a high potential for replicability.

Include your initiative or project in our best practice catalogue!

HuMUS will publish a catalogue of best practices in citizen and stakeholder engagement on soil health at the municipal and regional levels, including the implementation of participatory methods, tools, and approaches for the engagement of Quadruple Helix stakeholders in action research on soil use and land management. Fill out the following questionnaire to include your initiative or project in our best practice catalogue!

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