AgriClimate Workshop October 26 2017

Plenary session 1: Opening and scene-setting:

Presenting the programme
By Katrina Sichel (Moderator)

Welcome speech
Danish Ministry of Environment and Food.

Keynote 1: Current and future EU GHG AFOLU emissions and mitigation potentials – and how big data, behavioural science and holistic policy-making can contribute 
Scientific duet by Tamme van der Wal (Waageningen, NL) and Jean-Francois Soussana (INRA, FR) 

Keynote 2: 2030 Climate vision EU and link to agriculture
By Peter Wehrheim, DG Climate

Keynote 3: CAP post-2020 and the climate challenge
By Tassos Haniotis, DG AGRI

Track session 1: Inspiration and knowledge building:

Track 1: Livestock: Presentation of an example of how to address livestock emissions, followed by Q&A and discussion moderated by Monique Remmers (NL).

Track 2: Soil and Land Management: Presentation of an example of how to address soil emissions, followed by Q&A and discussion moderated by Luca Montanarella (JRC).

Track 3: Bio-based economy: Presentation of an example of how to foster bioenergy and bioeconomy, followed by Q&A and discussion moderated by Thomas Dodd (DG RTD).

Lunch

Plenary session 2: Working with the agricultural sector:

Wrap up of plenary session1 by Katrine Sichel (Moderator)

Position: What do the NGOs envision? By Faustine Defossez (EEB, G10)

Position: What do farmers envision? By Evangelos Koumentakos (CopaCogeca)

Questions to the panel: All keynotes on panel / moderated by Katrina Sichel

Coffee break 

Track session 2: What can be done? Regulation and incentives:

Track 1: Livestock: Brainstorm and discussion of initiatives that address livestock-related GHG emissions, moderated by Monique Remmers (NL).

Track 2: Soil and Land Management: Brainstorm and discussion of initiatives that address GHG emissions from soil, moderated by Luca Montanarella (JRC).

Track 3: Bio-based Economy: Brainstorm and discussion of initiatives in bioenergy supply chains, incentives and regulation, moderated by Thomas Dodd (DG RTD).

Break

Plenary session 3: Conclusion and take home messages:

Presenting track findings / Katrina Sichel (Moderator)

Discussion point: How do we see these inputs taken forward?

Moderator: Observations on the day and the outcome / Katrina Sichel (Moderator)