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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

 

European Scientific Conference

 

Towards Pesticide Free Agriculture

What research to meet the pesticides reduction objectives
embedded in the European Green Deal?

/!\ In-person event /!\

 
The conference presented by Christian HUYGHE

 

European Scientific Conference – Towards Pesticide Free Agriculture

“What research to meet the pesticides reduction objectives embedded in the European Green Deal?”

Current crop protection in EU agriculture heavily relies on chemical pesticides to control weeds, pests and pathogens. European authorities, consumers and citizens are calling for a drastic reduction in the use and impact of chemical pesticides. The European Green Deal has set new targets and defined a roadmap with multiple strategies, including Farm to Fork and Biodiversity 2030. Ambitious targets have been set for agriculture and food, namely the goal of reducing by 50% the use and risk of chemical pesticides, as well as the use of more hazardous pesticides, by 2030.

This ambitious objective will require an in-depth change with new approaches based on prophylaxis, agroecology and the commitments of the sectors, but also major breakthroughs in the conception of new agricultural systems where crop protection does not rely only on the application of chemical pesticides. French and European research is clearly in line with this ambition with major paradigm shifts and disruptive research strategies, which should lead to such breakthrough innovations.

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  • Date
    02 & 03 June 2022 (Dijon, France)

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  • Place
    Dijon
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    From 22 February 2022 to 24 May 2022
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International scientific committee

Christian Huyghe

Scientific Director of Agriculture

INRAE

Florence Jacquet

Scientific director

Growing and protecting crops differently research programme

Philippe Reignault

Director of Plant Health

ANSES

Frank Ordon

President

Julius Kühn-Institut (Germany)

Frank Ewert

Scientific Director

Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF)

Emilio Rodriguez Cerezo

European Commission-Joint Research Centre (JRC)

Dora Drexler

Director

ÖMKi (Research Institute of Organic Agriculture)

Jennifer Lewis

Executive Director

IBMA (International Biocontrol Manufacturers Association)

Ewen Mullins

Head of Crop Science Department

Teagasc (The Irish Agriculture and Food Development Authority)

 

An event organised in the context of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union

An official EU Green Week Partner Event 2022 (#EUGreenWeek)