Food Security Lessons from the Vikings
Farming practices of the Vikings and their ancestors could provide inspiration for resilient food systems today. A new study from the VIKINGS project, GEO, UiO exploring how Scandinavian societies adapted their agricultural activities in a period of European history marked by stark climate fluctuations. Read about their study in 'News by AGU'.
Viking and pre-Viking agricultural practices (here presented in the living history of Fotevikens Museum, Sweden) were influenced by climate and may help modern communities adjust to climate changes. Photo: Fährtenleser/Wikimedia
VIKINGS researcher Manon Bajard and her colleagues presented their study on how pre-Viking and Viking societies adapted their agricultural practices to a changing climate at the EGU General Assembly 2021. This study give fresh insights into how we can improve our future food security.
Read about their study in Eos – News by AGU:
- Food Security Lessons from the Vikings, Eos – News by AGU, 29.6.2021
- The article was also shared by several international news media desks like newsbreak.com, dailyadvent.com, essentials.news and more