The meeting is part of the LIFE project “SheepToShip - Looking for an eco-sustainable sheep supply chain: environmental benefits and implications”, a 4-year project aimed at identifying and applying innovative solutions for the reduction of GHG of the Sardinian sheep-dairy production chain and to improve the environmental sustainability of the sector.
The workshop aims to present regional bioeconomy initiatives in Navarra as well as European opportunities for the development of new regional bioeconomy strategies.
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 congress, hosted by the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality and the Province of Fryslân, will discuss the green architecture of the new CAP and will explore how to design a flexible territorial approach which could lead to cost reduction and efficiency, and to substantial gains for climate and environment.
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.
The event will bring together government representatives, producers, traders, analysts and certifiers to explore trends and perspectives in labelling and packaging, secure supply and value-added chains, as well as international regulations and cooperation.