Forum for the Future of the Agriculture

31.03.15 - 31.03.15








The Forum for the Future of Agriculture has a programme of activity focused on the food and environmental security agenda, across Europe and the world. The main platform is the annual conference in Brussels. This is now established as the premier meeting place for those who have a stake in the future of agriculture and has been addressed by European Commissioners, MEPs, National Government Ministers, Industry Leaders, Farming Entrepreneurs, NGOs, International Economic Leaders, International Organisations and Academics.

At FFA2015 speakers and panelists will examine key issues for the future of EU agricultural production, environmental conservation and consumer’s well-being. International decision makers will seek to uncover in their debates how best to reconcile crop production with ecological preservation, bringing inventive and stimulating solutions to the table.

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