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Webinar series

The webinar series consisted of 4 sessions: 31 august, 10 september, 24 september, 12 october 2020

The webinar series bring together European researchers working on the future of agriculture on the one hand and on crop health and crop protection on the other hand. The webinar series program provides the opportunity for presentations of scenarios for the future of agriculture at the national, European and global scales and discussions on underlying assumptions regarding crop protection.

Session 1, August 31th

        The presentations are available below:

Crop Protection and Scenarios for the Future of Agriculture : the contex of the webinar

  • Introduction and the French national priority research program “Cultiver et Protéger Autrement”. Florence Jacquet, INRAE, scientific director of the program. To see the slideshow.
  • The foresight study “Pathways to chemical pesticide-free agriculture in Europe in 2050”. Olivier Mora, INRAE, coordinator. To see the slideshow.
  • The webinar series “Crop protection and studies on the future of agriculture”. Chantal Le Mouël, Senior researcher, INRAE. To see the sldeshow.
  • Crop protection and the EU food system: Where are they going? Allan Buckwell, IEPP, co-author of the Rise Foundation report 2020. To see the slideshow.

Session 2, September 10th

  The presentations are available below:

Crop Protection and Studies on the Future of Agriculture at national scales

  • Chair: Florence Jacquet, INRAE, scientific director of the program ”Cultiver et Protéger Autrement”
  • Designing a future food vision for the Nordics through a participatory modeling approach. Elin Röös, SLU, Sweden. To see the slideshow.
  • Impact Assessment of the Drinking Water Initiative on agricultural structures, sector income and the environment (Initiative populaire « pour une eau potable propre »: évaluation d’impact) Maria Bystricky and Gabriele Mack, Agroscope, Switzerland. To see the slideshow.
  • Questions – discussion - moderator Guy Richard, Head of Inrae’s Directorate for Expertise, Foresight and Advanced Studies (DEPE)
  • Questions from the discussants Gina Fintineru, USAMV, Romania and Jean-Louis Drouet, Inrae
  • Conclusion: Florence Jacquet

Session 3, September 24th

       The presentations are available below:

Crop Protection and Studies on the Future of Agriculture at the European scale
Chair: Christian Huyghe, INRAE, scientific director Agriculture

  • An agroecological Europe in 2050: multifunctional agriculture for healthy eating. Findings from the Ten Years For Agroecology (TYFA) modelling exercise. Pierre-Marie Aubert, IDDRI, France.
    To see the slideshow
  • Shared Socio-economic Pathways for European agriculture and food systems: the Eur-Agri-SSPs. Hermine Mitter, BOKU, Austria.
    To see the slideshow
  • Moderator: Florence Jacquet,INRAE, scientific director of the program ”Cultiver et Protéger Autrement”
  • Discussants: Sari Autio, LUKE, Finland and Olivier Mora, INRAE.

Session 4, October 12th

       The presentations are available below:

Crop Protection and Studies on the Future of Agriculture at the global scale

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