To support the move from vision to action, Danish agriculture innovation centre SEGES Innovation in collaboration with leading Danish universities and the agri-food industry now invite scientists, experts, and businesses to the new international climate conference in Copenhagen: Agri-Food & Science Circle 2022.
The World is facing immense challenges: Food production must increase to feed a growing population, and at the same time we need to fight global warming by reducing carbon footprint, also from farming and food production. 

To share latest knowledge and insights Danish agriculture innovation centre SEGES Innovation, invite scientists, experts and businesses to the new international climate conference in Copenhagen: Agri-Food & Science Circle 2022. 

Lisbeth Henricksen, director of innovations at SEGES Innovation said: 
- Without doubt agriculture and food production across the world plays a central role in lowering greenhouse gas emissions, and we need to identify ways to reduce the carbon footprint of the sector. The task is just as complex as it is important. That is why we now bring together international agri-food experts, scientists and businesses and call for them to join forces in the hunt for solutions, which will aid us all in reaching the goals.

The conference takes place 8-9 September in Copenhagen. Read more at www.agrifoodcircle.com. 

SEGES Innovation now invites scientists and businesses to submit abstracts within the conference's eight themes: Documenting the climate footprint in the agri-food system, Circular perspectives in the agri-food system, Land use and management, Incentives in the green sector's primary production, Animal-based food production, Food systems and consumer impact, Plant-based food production, Biotechnology-based food production.

The conference takes place 8-9 September 2022 in Copenhagen.

Highlights

The conference focusses on eight different topics with keynote presentations from international experts.

Sharing knowledge and insights in the field of applied science, new knowledge and well-documented experience is vital to accelerating the implementation of effective carbon reducing initiatives.