Achieving Our Agricultural Climate Targets Symposium
The 5th UCD School of Agriculture and Food Science Biennial Symposium entitled "Achieving Our Agricultural Climate Targets: Pathways For Success" takes place on Wednesday 7th of December 2022.
To achieve our climate targets and ensure the long-term sustainability of our sector, agriculture is working towards the development of more climate resilient systems and the reduction of agricultural emissions. Significant transformation is needed and this requires joined up thinking and long-term strategic planning in both research and practice. This Symposium aims to raise awareness, exchange knowledge and provide research- based information on current policy approaches, farm-level initiatives and address the contribution of sustainable diets in food security debates.
Session themes include:
- Policy Landscape
- Farm level initiatives: Mitigation Measures
- Farm level initiatives: Knowledge Transfer and Behavioural Changes
- Beyond the Farm Gate: Connecting Consumers, Industry and Farm Level Initiatives
Date: 7th December 2022
Time: 9am – 4pm
Venue: A&L Goodbody Lecture Theatre & Atrium, Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin
Download programme here.
Please register your attendance here. Tickets are free; however you must register by 30th November.
The Symposium poster session, open to Early Career Researchers, will provide an opportunity to share expertise and highlight research focused on achieving our agricultural climate targets. Posters will be displayed in the Atrium of the Sutherland Building. Posters abstracts must be submitted using the Poster Abstract Submission Form, and entitled ‘Abstract (Author Name).docx’ to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm Friday 25th November. Posters will be reviewed to ensure they fit within the Symposium theme of achieving our agricultural climate targets. We do not require a specific poster format, where you have a suitable poster printed from a previous research event, we encourage you to use it. A0 or A1 posters are acceptable.