The Annual Meeting of the Animal Task Force (ATF) together with The European Federation for Animal Science (EEAP) aims to bring together animal science with practice of animal production. An opportunity to connect - virtually - researchers, policy-makers, industry representatives and societal organisations.
Developing Smart Villages, Digitalisation and Smart Agriculture. Examples from Finland, Scotland, Latvia and Greece
More information and registration coming soon!
The event is organised by the European Commission and the EIP-AGRI Service Point. You can find here the call for expression of interest.
The EIP-AGRI workshop ‘Towards carbon neutral agriculture’ was initially planned to take place in Estonia on 17-18 June 2020 but it was postponed due to the pandemic caused by COVID-19. The workshop will therefore take place on Wednesday 9 - Thursday 10 September 2020.
The 3rd edition of the World BioEconomy Forum will gather prominent stakeholders in the Circular Bioeconomy to engage in hard talks and set an agenda for coordinated action on building a sustainable future. The full programme will be six hours in duration and will consist of four dedicated sessions: Regulators and Climate Change, Global Leaders and Financial World, Bioproducts around us, and Looking to the Future.
In the first meeting of the Rural Digitisation Forum, relevant stakeholders working on digitalisation of rural areas will be invited to discuss, exchange and provide feedback on a series of project outputs.
The 3rd International Bioeconomy Congress Baden-Württemberg 2020 will discuss how innovative products, processes, principles and regional circles can contribute to mitigation of climate change, reducing pollution, supporting resource efficiency and other Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). A call for contributions is now open and a virtual exhibition space is available.
Future of Biofuels 2020 is set to bring industry stakeholders, unique content, workshops and networking.
The Forum is postponed until 22nd Sep, 2020 - 23rd Sep, 2020 due to COVID-19.
Top minds from the policy world, science, farming, agriculture, food industry and more will discuss new political reforms and innovative technologies with an impact on Europe’s agricultural and food industry.
The Convention will help defining a sustainable strategy for the development of smart mountain towards 2050 by providing the basis for more integrated and effective public policies, contributing to the sustainable development of mountain areas and the quality of life of mountain communities.