CAP2ER Framework

With CAP'2ER®, carry out the environmental assessment of a farm online in a few minutes

The preservation of the environment (climate change, water quality, carbon storage, maintenance of biodiversity, etc.) is a challenge for the agricultural sector.

CAP'2ER® allows stakeholders of agricultural and livestock sectors to assess the environmental footprint of a farm and identify action levers for improvement.

Visit the CAP'2ER® tool here.

Download a BROILERNET Factsheet on the tool below.

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