30 November 2022 from 8:30 to 9:30 CET
Russia’s military aggression against Ukraine has had a significant impact on the European agro-industry, both in terms of energy sustainability and fertilizer supply. This is pushing agribusinesses to adopt renewable energy and resource efficient technologies more rapidly, as well as to find ways to produce low-carbon ammonia and other circular nutrient sources.
Small and medium-sized agribusinesses are actively working towards increasing resilience and innovation to maintain their competitiveness and ensure the transition of the agri-food ecosystem towards sustainable development, thus ensuring food security within the EU.
The meeting aims to discuss the critical challenges for the green transition in the agri-food sector, the role of clusters in supporting the transition and enhancing resilience, as well as cluster projects and activities that can serve as examples for future engagement.
Organisers: European Cluster Cooperation Platform on behalf of the European Commission, DG GROW.
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