The event will look at how for the past decade social innovation has sparked millions of creative solutions towards complex social challenges. It further aims to understand how purposeful cross-sectoral collaboration can happen and imagine the way ahead for social innovation.
The event will discuss challenges to the development of the bioeconomy in France and in Europe and ways of supporting its progress, overcoming barriers and guaranteeing its sustainability.
This event will examine how to make community-led regeneration a reality and will focus on how organisations can enhance local decision-making.
The event will present the latest scientific knowledge on different climate change mitigation options and discuss various policy approaches in terms of barriers to and opportunities for realising the full mitigation potential of the agriculture sector.
The focus of the Forum is on the preservation and further development of the Alpine region as a living and working environment for the next generation. It aims to sensitize young people between 15 and 28 to the special features of the Alpine region and to involve them in shaping the future of their own region.
The workshop will launch a new study on the Commission‘s proposal for the next Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and will discuss the upcoming reform process of the agricultural subsidies in the European Union.
This national symposium is organised every four years by AFAC-Agroforesteries, to discuss rural woodlands and agroforestry. The event will look into a new topic: ‘Water Resources, Hedgerow Resources’.