This year’s edition will give participants the opportunity to engage with scientists, farmers, rural communities, industry, advisors, policymakers, citizens and NGO representatives. It will provide an overview of European research and innovation activities and their achievements in agriculture, forestry and rural development. Participants will also be invited to share their views on how to shape the future EU agricultural research and innovation agenda. Field visits are organised on 2 June.
Please check this webpage for details on the programme and side events in person and remotely. Live streaming will be available on both days of the conference for plenary sessions (breakout sessions are in-person only).
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Registrační období skončilo pondělí 1 květen 2023, 23:59 CEST
- agricultural research | sustainable agriculture | rural development | forestry policy
- Brussels, Belgium
- Živý přenos je k dispozici
- The SquareGlass Entrance, Mont des Arts, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
- Živý přenos
- Začíná středa 31 květen 2023, 12:30 CEST
- Cílová skupina
- Agricultural Research and Innovation stakeholders
- Generální ředitelství pro zemědělství a rozvoj venkova
- Social media links
- Vstupní poplatek
- No conference fee
Building on the success of the 2016 and 2018 editions, participants will find out how research and innovation activities have benefitted the implementation of the common agricultural policy (CAP) and most importantly farmers, foresters and people living in rural areas. The conference will also be a great occasion to network with around 500 peers.
The European Commissioner for Agriculture Janusz Wojciechowski will open the event. High-level speakers will discuss the global research and innovation agenda relating to farming, forestry and rural communities, and the role of research and innovation in making the European Green Deal a reality for Europe and beyond.
Participants will be able to provide their input to update the Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development’s long-term EU research and innovation agenda for agriculture, forestry and rural areas, and contribute to shaping the Horizon Europe strategic plan 2025-27.