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Sustainable and climate-friendly food production by 2030 - dream or reality?

Green Research, BGINN and Bioeconomics in Namdalen invites to conference on 8 - 9 February 2021. This is an all-digital professional conference that runs over two days and is chaired by Frode Stang. The conference will also feature a cultural element, one of the Czech Republic's best cellists Iris Moris.

What does it require from the value chain for Norwegian food production? Here, the food entrepreneur, the researcher, the technologist, the primary producer, the processing company and the politician meet for both the science shop and the workshop. The conference is for you who want to contribute to a more climate-friendly production on land and on water. Together we find the solutions and the way to a smarter and more sustainable food production on our planet.

The modern artist Iris Moris is often brought in as the first cellist in The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, considered one of Europe's foremost symphony orchestras. Among other achievments, she has been a leading cellist on the orchestra's European tours with the BBC concerts Planet Earth and Blue Planet live in Concert, based on Hans Zimmer's compositions.