Organization :




Task 5.5 & 3.3 contributor

Teagasc, Johnstown Castle, Wexford, Ireland

Lilian O’Sullivan’s research interests and work include soils and sustainability, agricultural development, food security and food policy. She holds an MSc in Soils and Sustainability from the University of Edinburgh and a BSc in International Development and Food Policy from University College Cork. Prior to joining the LANDMARK project as a Research Officer with Teagasc, Lilian completed an Environmental Protection Agency Research Fellowship to co-edit and coordinate the delivery of a book entitled “The Soils of Ireland”.  This is the Irish contribution to the World Soils Book Series. Stakeholder engagement and shared learning represent important aspects of her work, and she has already co-hosted and facilitated 11 Functional Land Management workshops to a broad range of stakeholders. Lilian has previously been employed by Teagasc as part of the Soil Quality Assessment Research Project (SQUARE). Lilian she is actually PhD student at the Wageningen University & Research, Farming System Department.

Key tasks in LANDMARK

Lilian O’Sullivan will be responsible for:

  • Pillar 3 deliverables working primarily on WP5.5 and 5.6 responsible or contributing to the following:
    • Facilitation of co-innovation workshops including IUSS Brazil 2018
    • Intercontinental and shared learning paper
    • Policy brief
    • Policy option report
  • Communicating relevant Landmark outputs with EU Horizon 2020 SoilCare project