The event will focus on the topic of “Inclusive rural development post 2020: towards a vision for rural Scotland”, featuring presentations and discussions on some of the key areas contributing to such a collective vision; these will be extended at the Scottish Rural Parliament in 2018.
This biennial fair will provide a platform for exchange of information and know-how on the newest and most efficient organic and sustainable agricultural techniques.
This Congress will provide a platform for exchange of scientific knowledge across the full range of forest-related topics and scientific disciplines. It will result in a Resolution outlining how forest science can address global challenges, offering adequate and feasible solutions.
This ‘European day’ will feature various events from across Europe, showcasing community-led initiatives on sustainability and climate change, as well as their role for achieving climate targets and preserving natural resources and biodiversity.
This international conference will discuss the applicability of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solutions to challenges faced in agriculture, food and environment.
The event will present the results of the survey conducted by CEJA earlier this year, regarding young farmers’ opinions on farm sustainability aiming to create a better future for EU young farmers. The event will gather young farmers and policy-makers to discuss the needs for implementing a more sustainable agricultural sector.