The ARAGORN project has officially kicked off, aiming to help remediate and restore contaminated soils in Europe
The next phase of the ARAGORN project
The next phase of the ARAGORN project:
On a mission to remediate and restore contaminated soils in Europe
ARAGORN's comprehensive approach integrates scientific research, data collection, site selection, and collaboration with stakeholders, particularly site owners. The project aims to simplify and provide clear guidance for landowners across Europe, empowering them to restore their polluted soils effectively.
The ARAGORN project aims not only to conduct studies but also to facilitate collaborative efforts between communities and experts. The focus is on using gathered data and knowledge to test potential remediation models, with the goal of mitigating future impacts on cattle and envisioning the return of grazing animals to these areas within two decades.
With the support of EU and Swiss funding, the ARAGORN project is poised to make a significant contribution to turning the ambitions of the EU Soil Mission of the European Green Deal into reality.
ARAGORN project has received funding from the Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Actions programme under grant agreement N° 101112723.