This global conference will progress the implementation of the Paris Climate Change Agreement in view of governments having to reach some key milestones in 2018, ranging from finalising guidelines to taking stock of how countries are operationalising the agreement.
This international conference, held within the framework of the International Green Week, will bring together representatives from the worlds of politics, business, science and civil society to discuss ‘Agriculture Goes Digital – Smart Solutions for Future Farming’.
This annual international exhibition 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 EIP-AGRI workshop will explore the various business models farmers and foresters could adopt to take advantage of circular economy markets, for example by developing intermediary products or particular products on their own, or joint initiatives with the industry.
This international fair intends to promote sustainable rural and slow tourism and will feature a wide range of workshops and conferences on topics such as agriculture, tourism, culture and food.
Hosted every year since 2014, the EU Green Week is the biggest annual conference on environment policy. The 2019 edition will focus on the process of environmental implementation, looking at its success, benefits for citizens and the implementation gaps.
The event will present the latest technological advances and research results in the fields of Biotechnology and Agriculture Engineering. The conference will bring together leading engineers and scientists from around the world.