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The Green Deal: how to make it a good deal ? To meet this challenge in the agricultural sector, Europe will need to mobilise all energies and goodwill !
That’s why Farm Europe will gather, for the 5th edition of the Global Food Forum, prominent figures from the European institutions, national Ministers, economic leaders from many Member States as well as media & Civil Society.
If you wish to contribute and be part of the reflection to build recommandations, do not hesitate to register !
Please note that the seats are limited due to Covid-19 restrictions.
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The Global Food Forum aims at shaping the future of EU food systems, presenting the challenges and designing recommendations for decision makers, in order to foster growth, added value, and sustainability within the EU as a whole.
The event is organised by the think tank Farm Europe in cooperation with its partners. Since its first edition in 2016, the Global Food Forum has involved every year more than 600 key decision-makers in the course of regional Forums across Europe and its main two-days event gathering top decision-makers together with high-level representatives of the European Farming Sector and other influencers.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the health restrictions the 2020 edition could not be organised. The 2021 edition will host a limited number of participants in the respect to the Covid-19 restrictions.
Participants will be requested to show a valid EU Covid-19 Green Pass.
Amongst confirmed speakers:
Consequences of Farm to Fork and biodiversity strategies
Summary of the consequences of the Farm to Fork and biodiversity strategies
Leveraging a transition towards more sustainable winegrowing systems
Summary report of the Leveraging a transition towards more sustainable winegrowing systems
European Nutrition: Which tools for the right policy?-Pt 1
European nutrition: Which tools for the right policy?-Pt 2
Summary report sustainable practices to reduce GHG emissions on cattle farms
Leveraging a transition towards more sustainable field crop systems
Summary report of Leveraging a transition towards more sustainable field crop systems