Sécurité alimentaire et changement climatique
mar. 18/06/2019 de 9h00 à 18h00
mer. 19/06/2019 de 9h00 à 18h00
jeu. 20/06/2019 de 9h00 à 18h00
L’initiative 4 pour mille : un nouveau défi concret pour le sol
17/06 : Field trip to Lusignan long-term experimental platform [conférence en anglais] The conference aims to build partnerships for soil sustainability and resilience, promote innovation and knowledge exchange, and ensure that appropriate solutions are put into practices under the framework of the 4 per mille initiative. The event will include inclusive round tables aimed at strengthening the involvement of socio-economic researchers, private sector (corporations and non profit) etc. in the initiative. This specifically aims at finding new business models, which include investment in soil capital as a long-term business opportunity. The conference will seek to: Discuss and try to close controversies that exist concerning the implementation of the 4 per 1000 initiative Explore the scientific studies and practical experiences that will unravel the barriers and opportunities of SOC storage in different parts of the world Explore how this initiative will affect the role and influence of different communities in networks of knowledge production Explore innovative aspects, scientific breakthroughs of new practices, new social and political strategies to stimulate investment in the “soil” capital. Confirmed keynotes speakers Prof. Budiman Minasny, University of Sydney, Australia Dr. Caterina Batello, FAO, Rome Italy Dr. Cornelia Rumpel, CNRS, France Dr. Didi Pershouse, Soil Carbon Coalition - NGO, Vermont, USA Prof. Genxing Pan, Nanjing Agricultural University, China Prof. Ingrid Kögel-Knabner, Technische Universität München, Germany Prof. Jan Willem van Groenigen, Wageningen University, Netherlands Dr. Jens Leifeld, Agroscope, Zurich, Switzerland Prof. Keith Paustian, Colorado State University, USA Prof. Philippe Baveye, AgroParisTech, France Dr. Sébastien Treyer, IDDRI, Sciences Po, Paris, France Dr. Precious Phiri, Regeneration International, Zimbabwe, Africa Prof. Rattan Lal, The Ohio State University, USA Prof. Ronald Amundson, University of California, Berkeley, USA Prof. Wim de Vries, Wageningen University, Netherlands
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