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Oldenburger Muensterland

Oldenburger Muensterland

The German pilot region “Oldenburger Muensterland” consists of the two counties Cloppenburg and Vechta and is located in the north-west of Germany, in the federal state Lower-Saxony. In contrast to many other rural areas in Germany, the Oldenburger Muensterland still records a population increase. From an economic point of view the agriculture and food sector plays a major role in the region with well-connected production, distribution and processing centres.

Almost 70% of the whole pilot region area are dedicated as agricultural area. The Oldenburger Muensterland has the highest concentration of processors of intensive animal farming in Germany. Hence, a particular focus in this pilot region is set on the meat production value chain (pork and poultry) with all related climatic challenges.

News

State of the art of climate change adaptation and mitigation in Oldenburger Muensterland

Read more 15 December, 2019 TeRRIFICA Pilot Regions news

Panel discussion on “Oldenburger Münsterland for Future” at University of Vechta

Read more 27 November, 2019 TeRRIFICA Pilot Regions news

2nd regional TeRRIFICA event: Collecting and discussing ideas for a joint climate culture change

Read more 30 October, 2019 TeRRIFICA Pilot Regions news

Regional Kick-Off event to engage with local stakeholders

Read more 29 March, 2019 TeRRIFICA Pilot Regions news

Climate Conference at the University of Vechta: Presentation of TeRRIFICA as a Good Practice Example

Read more 28 February, 2019 TeRRIFICA Pilot Regions news

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