4 September 2020 • 13:30-15:00 • Banquet Hall C
Food production and climate – mechanisms of mutual influence. Agriculture as a branch of economy especially susceptible to climate change. Extensive farming and breeding vs. natural resources. European Green Deal – opportunities and challenges. Feeding humanity without putting the planet in jeopardy – directions for change and technologies helping to adapt food production to climatic and demographic challenges. Limiting emissions of farming vs. profitability of production.
Vice-President, CEO, Polish Federation of Food Industry Union of Employers (PFFI UE)
Faculty of Horticulture, Biotechnology and Landscape Architecture, Department of Environmental Protection, Warsaw University of Life Sciences
Secretary General, Association of Polish Fruit and Vegetable Distributors ‘Fruit Union’
Managing Director, European Industrial Hemp Association
Journalist, www.horecatrends.pl, www.portalspozywczy.pl
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