SoilCare Sustainable Agriculture in Europe: Scenarios and Feedback
Introduction
As explained on the SoilCare scenarios website, the scenarios are being developed as part of the H2020 SoilCare Project.

In the next sections, we present you with the four draft scenarios. After watching each scenario, you are asked two questions regarding this scenario.

In the last section, the scenarios are evaluated together as a set.

If you need information to refresh your memory, consulting the website and the background material available there might be helpful.
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Exploring scenario 1: Local and sustainable – for those who can afford it
(Few challenges to voluntary measures, significant challenges to mandatory measures)
Scenario 1: Local and sustainable – for those who can afford it
Evaluation of Scenario 1
Scenario 1: The developments in the scenario should be logical, so the causal relationships between events needs to make sense; events naturally follow from assumptions that were made. Does this scenario provide a logical sequence of events?
Scenario 1: The scenario content needs to represent considerable change to the current situation and what is expected for our future; it should not provide a most likely future but explore the limits of what could happen. Is this scenario extreme enough?
Exploring scenario 2: Under Pressure
(Few challenges to mandatory measures, significant challenges to voluntary measures)
Under Pressure
Evaluation of Scenario 2
Scenario 2: The developments in the scenario should be logical, so the causal relationships between events needs to make sense; events naturally follow from assumptions that were made. Does this scenario provide a logical sequence of events?
Scenario 2: The scenario content needs to represent considerable change to the current situation and what is expected for our future; it should not provide a most likely future but explore the limits of what could happen. Is this scenario extreme enough?
Exploring scenario 3: Race to the bottom
(Significant challenges to both mandatory and voluntary measures)
Scenario 3: Race to the bottom
Evaluation of Scenario 3
Scenario 3: The developments in the scenario should be logical, so the causal relationships between events needs to make sense; events naturally follow from assumptions that were made. Does the scenario provide a logical sequence of events?
Scenario 3: The scenario content needs to represent considerable change to the current situation and what is expected for our future; it should not provide a most likely future but explore the limits of what could happen. Is this scenario extreme enough?
Exploring scenario 4: Caring and sharing
(Few challenges to both voluntary and mandatory measures)
Scenario 4: Caring and sharing
Evaluation of Scenario 4
Scenario 4: The developments in the scenario should be logical, so the causal relationships between events needs to make sense; events naturally follow from assumptions that were made. Does this scenario provide a logical sequence of events?
Scenario 4: The scenario content needs to represent considerable change to the current situation and what is expected for our future; it should not provide a most likely future but explore the limits of what could happen. Is this scenario extreme enough?
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