This scientific seminar will address topics such as the benefits of forest bioeconomy – what scientists agree and disagree on, lessons learned on sustainability of forest bioeconomy, and development of new markets for ecosystem services in a bioeconomy.
The trade fair and congress aims to connect the high-end sectors of high tech systems & materials with agri-food and horticulture, paying attention to packaging, food design and social challenges such as food waste, transparency and safe & healthy food.
The event will explore environmental and business opportunities arising from the bioeconomy for a wide range of industries, as well as the investment steps that need to be taken in order to build a sustainable future.
The conference is an opportunity to discuss the future of agriculture in Europe and the challenges which lie ahead. The two-days event will discuss the modernisation and simplification of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and will examine the latest Outlook report (2017-2030).
This annual event brings together policy-makers, food producers and industry representatives to exhibit and discuss the latest trends in food and agriculture, including topics such as renewable resources, organic agriculture, and the future of rural development.
This workshop, entitled ‘Putting simplification into practice’, will draw on emerging findings from the recent LAG survey carried out by the ENRD Contact Point to discuss potential solutions for improving LEADER implementation.