CONFERENCE: INNOVATIVE FOOD Unblocking Innovation — Towards “Food 2030” — Envisaging “Food 2050”

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9th July 2019

 

‘On the eve of the European Parliament’s 9th term, civil society engages with food policy instigating a debate on priorities and the food system’s capability to foster innovation. The challenges for Europe’s food security are daunting. The onslaught of climate change will soon be felt; environmental degradation currently pressures the food system. Diversification of food sources is mandatory in guaranteeing food security. The European Commission’s Directorate General “Research & Innovation” sketched an agenda “Food 2030”, while the Commission’s scientific adviser, the Joint Research Centre, considers priorities for “Food 2050”. What must be done in the next legislature 2019-2024 to tackle the manifold problems in the food chain?’

The registration form can be accessed here.

For more information regarding the programme and the speakers, visit the event’s official website.

This event is free of charge, however, seats are limited.

Location: Rue Van Maerlant, 2 Brussels – Belgium

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